Did anyone receive an e-mail like this after applying for a Free PC? On 05/04/2004 19:45:01, Metronomy (email@example.com) wrote: > Monday, 05 April 2004 > > Dear Mr ******************************, > > Your Free PC pre-registration, customer number: **** > > We regret to inform you that we are unable to fulfill your application at > this time. > > As you may know, Metronomy#***;s launch generated considerable media > interest, and we received an excellent response from households wishing to > take part in the scheme. However, we have also received information to > suggest that a minority of applicants do not intend to operate within our > standard terms and conditions, resulting in the potential theft of the > computer. > > Whilst we have invested considerable resources into developing highly > secure business processes and technology, the high cost of each PC means > that we must control our exposure at this stage. > > As such, we have reluctantly decided to release only a limited number of > PC#****;s in the first instance, in order to fully test our security > procedures and technical infrastructure before a wider roll-out in the > Autumn. Unfortunately, we will be unable to progress your application > until then. > > Should you wish us to remove your details from the waiting list, please > click here: firstname.lastname@example.org and return the message, remembering to > include your customer ID number. I knew this was some scam, I aint happy, ff's. Did anyone receive conformation they would be getting a new one? I'ts like we have been judged to be thieves or something. I was counting on that PC as I was going to give this one to an unemployed releative.