Truth Seeker writes: "Press Release: New website dedicated to find the truth on Medison Celebrity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July the 29th 2007
The website "Medison Scam" has just been created to battle the probable scam consisting of the US$150 laptop Medison Celebrity.
The creator of the site, Truth Seeker, says: — "We don't believe that the laptop actually exists. After trying to communicate with involved parties for several days, we decided to take it up on our self to get the truth out."
The site promises to work hard to bring light out on this issue. Media, especially in Sweden, has done a crap job on this. As late as of yesterday one of the largest newspapers in Sweden, Expressen, published an article almost looking like an advertisement for the computer, not saying one word about the criticism that the company has received from experts, users and websites around the world for several days. Media in other countries has been more careful and in most cases actually warning potential buyers on the risk of a probable scam.
Truth Seeker continues: — "As it looks now very many things points at that the whole thing is illegitimate. It is highly unlikely that anyone will ever receive the actual computer, and I'm prepared to say that I'll eat my hat if the computers actually get delivered according to specification!"
However, one could argue on if Truth Seeker actually has any hat or not.
More information can be found on the website http://medisonscam.blogspot.com/
Any comments or questions can be directed directly to Truth Seeker himself on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team behind medisonscam.blogspot.com"
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