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For some reason, I'm doubting the legitimacy of this email. I'm. Not. Quite. Sure. Why. Yet I am. Hmmmm, maybe you can help me figure it out.

From: ©Jet Blue Airlines Advertisement™. [mailto:susanthgs@gmail.com]

Sent: Friday, January 23, 2015 2:42 AM

To: Apgar, Kevin

Subject: DRIVE YOUR CAR AND GET PAID ADVERTISING FOR Jet Blue Airlines. ($400 Weekly)

Hello,

We got your email address through a local Business directory on the web. We must apologise for taking some of your valuable time to explain a proposal that will imagine will be of utmost benefit.

We are currently seeking individuals Strictly in the United State who would like to make money by simply driving their vehicle advertising for JetBlue Airlines. This is in our view to create more awareness and attract more customers to be willing to patronize us for local and international flights.

This is a basic strategy of the "pay me to drive" concept: JetBlue Airlines seeks people, regular citizens, professional drivers and more to go about their normal routine, only with a small advert for "JetBlue Airlines" plastered on their vehicle. The advert are typically vinyl decals, also known as "auto wraps" that almost seem to be painted on the vehicle, and which will cover any and little portion of the vehicle's exterior surface.

This strategy gives JetBlue Airlines Lots of exposure and awareness. The auto wrap tend to be colorful, eye-catching and attract lots of attention. Plus, it's a form of advertising with a captive audience eye catching, people who are stuck in traffic can't avoid seeing the wrapped car alongside them.

This program will last for as long as you want it and the minimum you can participate is 2 months and you get paid weekly, also individual with two or more vehicle can only participate once and with one vehicle at a time.

You will be compensated with $400 per week which is essentially a rental payment for letting JetBlue Airlines use the space on your vehicle, no fee is required from you. We have experts that would handle the advert placement on your vehicle. You will receive an upfront payment of $400 inform of check via courier service for accepting to carry this advert on your vehicle.

You will also be eligible to participate in our monthly draw for various prizes and also get some percentage discount on flights booked with JetBlue Airlines.

It is very easy and no application fee required, contact us through email (jetblueairways@consultant.com) along with the following information if you are interested in these offer.

Full Name:

Age:

Sex:

Occupation:

Physical Address:

City:

State:

Zip code:

Make of vehicle and year:

Exterior Color of vehicle:

Telephone numbers:

Email:

We will contact you immediately we receive this information.

Kind Regards!

©Jet Blue Airlines Advertisement™. All rights reserved.

Address: 1 Jetblue Way

Corona, CA 92879

www.jetblue.com

jetblueairways@consultant.com

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Suzanne Kurtz Apgar

Hmmmmm....I've often wondered about those programs. It would be a nice way to get a new car and have someone else pay for it. Put it out on FB and see if anyone knows about it. What have you got to lose?

kapgar


Oh it's fake. The whole post was sarcasm. You can tell because there are no official logos, the email address doesn't go to the company referred or any company for that matter, and it's riddled with typos and grammatical errors. 

Suzanne Kurtz Apgar

But what about the cars you see on the roads that are obviously doing what this add tries to sell? It's gotta be legitimate somewhere down the line.

kapgar


There are legitimate ones. This is not one. 

Kevin Spencer

Did that make it into your inbox or you went looking through your spam folder just for giggles? Gmail is fantastic at keeping spam out of my inbox but every once in a while something will sneak in.

kapgar


Oddly, it made it through the filters at work of all places. 

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