WARNING I ABSOLUTELY DO NOT RECOMMEND CLICKING ON THE LINK!
Anyone else receive an email like this? Why would Pfizer be sending email about a Canadian Doctor selling through a Russian link? Credit card fraud?
This screams S-C-A-M to me.
Everytime I think to call Pfizer & ask it is after they have already closed. One time I missed them by mere minutes. *oh well*
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Closest thing to a sauna around here would be tarping over a few cows, hold a bucket of water & light a match.
Don't know what you are talking about, other than you think a company you know is sending you some spam.
My guess, that company doesn't know they are using their name.
Happens all the time, delete asap.
a quick google suggests that it leads to a site with addons and whatnots. Sounds like a load of nasties.
Originally Posted by Mozart
Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.