Francis Duggan

Internet Scam - Poem by Francis Duggan

In your inbox you click on an email that just has come in
To find out that you've had a big internet lotto win
You must tell your friends and you must celebrate
But a tiny voice in you tells you for to wait
The tiny voice in you tells you to wait awhile
In the internet World there is fraud through guile
And your brief sense of elation it turns to doubt
You say i did not buy a ticket i must check this one out
A five million dollar win seems suspicious to me
Their lottery i did not enter and how can this be
They want my name and my telephone number and my postal address
And my credit card numbers which you did not impress
Then you do a search engine check on them to find out it's spam
And you could have been a victim of internet scam.

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    This has helped me in my SBA thank you. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 15, 2008

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