Thanks to email@example.com in Colorado Springs. He says he got an "exclusive" offer in the mail from "The Secret Society." The group apparently wants to remain super-secret... so it tells you very little.
The eight-page letter asks you to respond within 3 days to a Dover, Delaware address... even though the company is reportedly headquartered in Buffalo, New York. The lure: How about being able to make your dreams come true and make millions of dollars, too! I read of one person who responded and received a 56-page pamphlet.. plus a request for money.
Bottom line... The Secret Society secretly wants your money and is looking for gullible people who are desperate. You can secretly tell them to take their secrecy elsewhere by ignoring the request.
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