Join the club on the riding number of "GoodTimes" Phone emails ...
Just wait for the SMS virus !!
Well on a Nokia phone all 09# does is open a memory location (on the SIM,
one of the phone book entries), the other (#90) could be a call code, so I'd
be wary, anyway if, as said, you're that thick ...
It's like when I worked for AOL, customers used get these Instant messages
asking for their passwords, and although there's a RED WARNING about it on
each IM window, they'd go ahead and give out their passwords, and then they
wonder how someone else is using their account !
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Coleman [SMTP:james.coleman at s3group.com]
> Of course I've been telling everyone it's most probably a hoax
> (although if they're silly enough to follow instructions from j random
> caller .........)
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