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Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 12:23:39 -0500
From: Mark Simko
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Monitors
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Nonsense! I use the service all the time. All it is is an internet board
where you can post messages about items that you have to give, or
items that you need. You select a recipient from the email replies
that you get.
I have given away items on the board. I have received items from
posters on that board.
If the FBI gets involved, it would only be because they are trying to
find a way to tax it.
So I say HOGWASH! to the idea that freecycle is corrupt. It is a free
On 16 Nov 2005 at 11:37, Contrarian wrote:
> Don't. This .org is under investigation, which I did
> not know. This just was posted today on another forum.
> FBI/IRS complaints against freecycle fraud
> Apparently they have been accepting money claiming
> it is tax deductible when it is not. From what I heard
> originally, the lists merely existed to help people
> find recipients for stuff that was no longer needed.