Question of the Week * June 24, 2016
Dear --FNAME--,

Special Deal.  We have ONE 14" Lenovo laptop for sale at a great price.  And I've reduced it for this final sale.  See below for details.

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I have one new 14" Lenovo ThinkPad computer available for purchase by the first person who calls us at 772-408-4425.  On Amazon, it's available starting at 567.36 (see ad below) in our last email, it was $469.  I'm reducing it now for $425 + tax.  (That's about $140 off!)  It comes with Windows 10, 4GB of memory (upgradeable to 16GB), 500GB hard drive.  It's light (only 4lbs.)  This is a great little machine.  In fact, we use this same model as loaners and training units.  Set up in your home and/or transferring of data is an extra fee but if you don't need those things, this machine is ready to go.  Call us at 772-408-4425.

Question of the Week

Question:  "While I was in Facebook, I received a message from a friend and when I clicked on it, a window popped up telling me that I was now logged out of Facebook and needed to log in again.  The window had a place for my user name and password.  How could I have been logged out just by clicking on a friend's link?"

Answer:    The good news is that the customer who asked this question did NOT fill in his user name and password.  That was a wise decision because the link he received wasn't from his friend and the window was totally bogus.  He had not been logged out of Facebook.  This was a hacker attempting to capture my customer's user name and password.  You should always be leery of these kinds of windows.

If you're not sure, do what my customer did:  click out of what you're doing and call us at 772-408-4425 if you have any questions.

The Internet is a fantastic place with tons of good things but it also attracts a bad element and they will scam you if they can.  So, have fun on the Net but be careful!