[Back To:] [eCS SCAM] FAQ: Pointer To eCS Scam & eCS LOL Gallery

[Back To:] [eCS SCAM] FAQ: Pointer To eCS Scam & eCS LOL Gallery

Post by The OS/2 G » Sat, 20 Dec 2003 11:22:52

Thanks for the continued opportunity to alert the OS/2
Community. It is very much appreciated!

FAQ: Pointer to eCS SCAM [eCS Scam]

For this bizarre phenomenon we call the [eCS SCAM],
read up on it at:


Then laugh your head off here:


and be sure to read the eCS LAUGH OUT LOUD Galley section on
"How to poke your finger in the eye of these con artists".

The OS/2 community would appreciate the insertion of [eCS SCAM] or
[eCS SPAM] in any message purporting to report on or promote the
failed product called eCS or eComStation.

By adding the bracketed titles you are helping the OS/2 community
rid the OS/2 newsgroups of illegal spamming by Serenity Systems,
their salesmen, investors and Anti-OS/2 fanatics.

And don't forget:

Complaints of illegal spamming by Serenity Officials, their salesmen,
distributors and investors in the OS/2 newsgroups will be accepted
and investigated by the Federal Trade Commission.

The eCS product is a *privately owned proprietary commercial package*
which prevents these eCS freaks from illegally misusing these OS/2
newsgroups to promote its sale through false advertising, misnomer
marketing tactics, public harassment, personal threats, phony
testimonials, and fake eCS customers. Such postings are commercial
spam published illegally to promote and sell a *privately owned
propreitary commercial package* in a public newsgroup.

Pandering a problematic product that doesn't work as advertised and
pitched illlegally by Serenity Officials, their distributors, salesmen and
investors here in the OS/2 newsgroups is an illegal and criminal act.

Please, take your complaint to the Internet Fraud Complaint Center
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation here:


Tim Martin, The Official and Only OS/2 Guy
Warp City Web Site - http://www.yqcomputer.com/
From his Warp 4.53 ThinkPad T40 w/2GIG of RAM,
80GIG of Hard Disk and IBM's Web Browser for OS/2