The message also claims that "It has been sent around the world ten times so far." Not sure what that means, since the internet makes such a task trivial.
And here comes the icing on the cake... the message ends with,
Send this to at least 5 people and your life will improve.1-4 people: Your life will improve slightly5-9 people: Your life will improve to your liking9-14 people: You will have at least 5 surprises in the next 3 weeks15 and above: Your life will improve drastically and everything you ever dreamed of will begin to take shape.
Thoughts: How can my life improve slightly, but not to my liking? What would happen if I forwarded the message to exactly 9 people?
I have a personal policy that I NEVER take part in e-mail chain letters. It doesn't take a rocket-scientist to figure out that if everyone sent it to 5 of their friends within 6 minutes (as the e-mail directs), it would take only 90 minutes to reach every living human being. Of course, not everyone has e-mail, so what it really means is that this silly chain letter will fill the internet (and your inbox) with superstitious dribble.
I can't help wondering if sending this message to more than 15 people is this particular financial advisor's best strategy for financial success. I think I made the right decision in making them my EX-financial advisor.
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