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Your Daily Florida Bar Fraudulent Email Alert Has Arrived!

Another fraudulent email, this one with the subject "Ray Abadin Is a Poopy-Head" is being distributed to Florida Bar members. The email is in fact not from the Florida Supreme Court or The Florida Bar and contains a link to a perhaps disgusting yet perfectly natural act that everyone does and should do every day, it really shouldn't be something to be ashamed of or made fun of, come on people get a life already. Oh, also: it should be deleted immediately.

Happy Monday folks!


  1. Spencer's WorldMay 16, 2016 at 11:33 AM

    If you or a loved one has received an unwanted and deceptive email from the Florida Bar you may be entitled to a CASH SETTLEMENT. Emails can be disturbing and the Bar owes you a duty to make sure you don't receive emails that upset you. If you've received an email, and it has upset you, DONT THROW THAT EMAIL AWAY. IT MAY ENTITLE YOU TO CASH SETTLEMENT.
    Call the law offices of Spencer Aronfeld and Email Suing Associates Now. We have operators standing by who understand your pain and can help you.

    If you received the email on a cruise ship and then fell down, you may be entitled to double damages! We can sue the people who sent the email AND the cruise ship.

    Call 1-800- Bad- Email now.

    The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision and should mostly be made on the basis of the quality of the advertisement you receive. If you want to review all of our Ads to see if we can qualify to help you please call 1-800- BAD-EMAIL now.

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  2. Hilarious!! Both the post and SW!


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