get this one - another poor attempt|
Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 13:08 by Forest fan
Hi all - another example of scamming e-mails. This one is priceless as it informs idiots that they can get British VISAs without questions asked.
It's a beauty!
Dear intrested Participant,
The last meeting held by IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied
Chemist) in conjunction with UNAIDS (United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS), WHO (World Health Organization) and UNDP (United Nations Development
Program) in USA about the rapid increase of the pandemic disease
(HIV/AIDS) in the world, confirmed that, everyday more than 8,000 people die from AIDS and every year another five million (5,000,000) become infected with HIV. Since July 2004 only 260,000 new patients have benefited from ARV therapy in developed countries. Treatment expansion is moving at a snail's pace. From the perspective of a medical humanitarian organization working in resource-poor countries to treat with AIDS, the global picture is bleak.
Despite an ongoing global effort, the number of individuals infected with HIV/AIDS has reached epidemic proportions across the globe. Lack of education, lack of quality resources, difficulty in obtaining medications, and widespread misinformation about this deadly virus are all contributing factors to this worsening situation. The face of AIDS is everywhere, and its devastation reaches far beyond the affected individual.
Although World Aids Day falls on Wednesday, 7 febuaury 2007, the City of Yorkshire, England has unveiled a seven-day HIV/Aids awareness campaign program, from 10th - 17th of febuaury 2007.
The benefits to fulfilling a campaign program such as this, The IPSF and the BPSA have come together to organize this years’ HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign Program; This is a program that has been designed to promote attitudes and practices that prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS world-wide and to enlighten us more about HIV/AIDS and its existence.
Are you aware of the up coming 2007 HIV/Aids awareness campaign program that will be held in Yorkshire, England? Participating in this program will qualify you to own a United Kingdom visa for free, without any question.
( KEY NOTE:All participant will be given the sum of 10,000 pounds sterling to enhance the publicity in it's community) Participant Registration Forms can be obtain with the amount of £855:00 GBP.
Event Name: British Pharmaceutical Students Association (BPSA) and the International Pharmaceutical Students Federation (IPSF) Annual Conference 2007
Date: 10th to 17th of febuaury 2007
Venue: University of Bradford, Yorkshire, England