Hoax Warning

Here's the latest hoax warning that's going around via email. Actually, it may be quite old, but I've only come across it recently. So here it is:

I hate those hoax warnings, but this one is important! Send this
warning to everyone on your e-mail list.
If someone comes to your front door saying they are conducting a survey
and asks you to take your clothes off, do not do it.!!! This is a scam;
they only want to see you naked. I wish I'd gotten this yesterday. I feel so
stupid and cheap now.....

Email Hoaxes Sex/Romance

Posted on Thu Jun 10, 2004

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Can this really be considered a Hoax? I thought a hoax had to have a certain level of believability to it. This is just a joke.
Posted by Steve  on  Thu Jun 10, 2004  at  05:01 PM
It's a joke about hoaxes. Many things on my site are not, strictly speaking, hoaxes... though I try to stay focused. But sometimes I put things up just because I think they're funny.
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Thu Jun 10, 2004  at  06:10 PM
Posted by OOPS I BELIEVED THEM AGAIN!  on  Fri Jun 11, 2004  at  07:39 AM
I should follow up by saying that I laughed so hard when I first saw this one in my inbox that I sent it out to my whole distro. It was just too stinkin' funny not to share! LOL
Posted by Steve  on  Mon Jun 14, 2004  at  12:10 PM
anyone stupid enough to take off their clothes infront of someone who says he or she is conducting a survey deserves to get shot!
Posted by Eva  in  New York  on  Fri Mar 24, 2006  at  06:18 PM
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