Jon Casimir wrote a blog post on June 10, 2003; titled "Behind the spam scam". This post title is linked to the entire article.
- highlights long sales pitch to front fees via credit card
- redirects to another URL which asks for personal information to be contacted later
- "collect my free vacation voucher too (an old-fashioned con - just the free-vacation Google scam if you want to know more)"
- this poster even mentioned a company called "Juvio" ~ I am familiar with this site
** personally, I believe these scam sites have partners (or an alternate self-account) to buy a product or two from unsuspecting prospects, just to have them go head-over-heals to invest in their promotional items like a pyramid and/or ponzi schemes; then volunteer family friends and any other email address they can offer the to the "owner's information Monster" to build their data base to sell to others; which perpetuates on-going spam emails.