I won $400 from No-Minimum.com!!!

no-minimum.com - no-minimum.com have just sent me a mail saying I have won $400 only if I register as a gold games club member. if you were me, what would you do?
@richiem (3646)
Philippines
June 16, 2008 3:39am CST
But only if I register as a No-Minimum Gold Games Club member. Do you smell scam? I think this is much of a scam. Has anyone receive such email? Did you pursue it? Have you got the $400 after registering? The registration fee cost $8.11, so little compare to the amount I am going to have after listing up. What do you think of this? if you were in my shoes, would you buy this stuff?
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13 responses
@neildc (17253)
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
16 Jun 08
I haven't tried any site that offers that kind. I never thought of it as scam either. The reason for me of not joining them is that I don't have budget for site that offers with fee. I only join sites like mylot which is free to join...
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• Philippines
14 Jul 08
Hey richiem! I've received countless emails like the ones you received!!!!! A word of caution, don't fall for these scams!!!! YOu might end up being the loser here!!!! don't pay the registration fee, it may all be a hoax and you might regret it!!!! Anything that asks for money is really not that reliable especially if it's an online transaction.... Be careful...
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@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
14 Jul 08
I agree with you, anything that asks for money is really not that reliable here online. And the thing that really keeps me from falling into this traps is that I don't really have money online. I don't even have a credit card. I really am starting from scratch, with only internet connection and time and effort.
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
30 Jun 08
Here I was about to congratulate you, but then again it would be to good to be true. Too bad you did not win this, but I am glad that you did not fall for this scam. It's sad how many of these goes around and how many people fall for it.
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@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
30 Jun 08
I guess this is just too good to be true to fall for. We have to work hard for our prize, I think. As I would like to win a prize in the lottery, but I am not into betting. Slowly but surely.
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@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
1 Jul 08
The lottery is okay but I am not a betting woman myself. If I do it will be with friends, and for a very small fee so that I won't be took if I end up losing .
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
16 Jun 08
It's a scam, do not fall for it.. Do not succumb to temptation just because of the $400 and lose money instead..
@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
17 Jun 08
thanks kun2349, I don't I would have fallen for it even if I have the money to register. It looks like a scam at first sight!
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
17 Jun 08
yeah.. It's definitely a scam ^_^
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• Malaysia
13 Jul 08
That just trying to scam you, please do not trust that site.
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@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
14 Jul 08
Yes, I don't trust this site anymore. Some are saying that other parties than no-minimum are the ones sending this scam emails to me and not really no-minimum. But it would just prove that their security is not good that others are able to this to their name. And it really takes time to earn here without referrals. I think it is not worth the wait if it comes with these scams.
@myliezl0903 (2731)
• Philippines
1 Jul 08
yes, i think thats a scam! they're just trying to make you bite the rope for nothing and that is for sure! well, just ignore it.,its really a scam!
@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
3 Jul 08
Yes, I've ignored it. Actually, I deleted the message after I knew that they need a fee. thanks for responding!
@manu619 (451)
• India
17 Jun 08
Thats scam richiem.. Dont buy it.
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@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
17 Jun 08
I knew it. Thanks!
@cyberfluf (5005)
• Netherlands
29 Jun 08
These people are ripping of people in need of money, they know how tempting the money sounds. If you are earning a lot you won't go into such things that easily. They prey on home mums, students, workless or chronicly sick people, etc the most I guess.
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@manu619 (451)
• India
29 Jun 08
Thats a scam man. You havent won anything. If u have enough money.. You test it and check by yourself..
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@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
29 Jun 08
It does not only smell like scam, it is infact a blue eyed scammer trying to play around with your money and time-How mean those f..king idi.ts are-just leave them alone and go for legits! Thanks for sharing!
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• United States
21 Jun 08
That does sound like a scam to me. I get those kinds of emails all the time. To determine if something is a scam, you have to ask yourself, whether or not you originally registered at the site to win the funds mentioned. Chances are, you did not. And even if you did register, there is no guarantee that the money would be yours. Always best to read the fine print. I'm sure you'll find that it is a scam and not worth even $8.11 to find out.
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• Australia
17 Jun 08
hi richiem, you've been offered a nice amount of money, an yet they ask for this small payment? sounds like a scam to me, I get these casino emails sent to my inbox from different server names saying 'free casino' get $200 by becoming a gold member and they want $30 I just block them and bounce the email back to them!!
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• India
14 Jul 08
thats a scam