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("Damn, We Lost Again!
And why is it
that people who sell
tax protestor materials file their tax returns anyway . . .")
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 7:54 AM
Subject: RE: Suspect Scam
The web site is a total rehash of old ideas, theories, and statements out
of context. It's not even as clever as TheTaxPeople. Highlights: Taxation is
voluntary, payments go to an international corporation.
Anyone who buys into this one is STUPID. It is so blatantly dumb that only
the totally dumb or violent protesters will go after it. Still, it deserves
How about a new section in Quatloos: "Stupid Tax Tricks" -- Specific
links or references to web sites promoting disproved or otherwise dumb evasion
From: Quatloos! [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 12:43 AM
Subject: FW: Suspect Scam
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 5:51 PM
Subject: Suspect Scam
Hello...My name is xxx,
I came across what your web page considers to be I expect a "tax protestor"group.
First off, I am NOT is any position to wrongfully accuse anyone of being a
fraud or a scammer. However, after searching your site, which I believe to
be worth its weight in gold, a have come to a conclusion that this group I
discovered may fall into your category. The group goes by the name The JoY
Foundation and one of its affilate web site's URL is http://www.allaboutfreedom.net
. They propose a systematic process by which one can successfully "unvolunteer" themselves
as a taxpayer. Their main focus is on a book written by a person named Dr.
Joe Sweet. As near as I can tell your site does not contain any information
about this group. If you wish I would be more than happy to talk to anyone
from your organization concerning these findings.
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