Amusement: Reading the Fine Print

So I was browsing my spam folder this morning and came across a message with my full name in the subject line. Usually, this means there’s a chance the ad is legitimate- probably, from a company I’ve purchased from before.

In this case, though, it was an ad for some company that wants to submit my website to search engines for me. (Nevermind that I can do that for myself, for free…). They got my name by looking up the owner of mccambridge.org (via a Whois service, such as this one).

So, not a company I know. BUT, this amazing offer to do a simple, free, job for a mere $75 caught my attention. I must know more! So, I read through the ad. Seemed quasi-legitimate, though useless, until I got to the fine print, and found this little gem:

By accepting this offer, you agree not to hold DLC liable for any part.

Now, I don’t know about you, but to me, that is hilarious!

And the even better news is, they have price breaks! You can get this fabulous deal for 10 years for only $295!

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