Watch out for fraudulent E-mails claiming to be from premium marque BMW.
Messages entitled 'International Awareness Promotion Department of the BMW Group' have been sent to thousands of motorists, offering cash prizes and free cars. The firm claims it has no link with the E-mails, and has launched an investigation aimed at shutting down the fraudsters.
Last edited by CosmosBlack; 05-08-2007 at 12:12 PM.
wait till BMW gets a hold of them.
BMW can do anything...
BUY a font (yes, really)
Get Blacklisted on Google.. (yup, that one too...)
...and cause every enthusiast group to take BMW or the Roundel out of their sites, etc (e.g. www.bmw-forums.com)
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