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    • My junk folder has all the same crap - I’ve won about a dozen iPad Pros, I haven’t managed to unsubscribe to a vast assortment of unrecognised websites, I’m clearly Dyson’s second favourite customer (behind you), I’ll need to get one of those $1000 wallets just to store all my Tesco club cards. I’ve also been getting more and more text messages telling me that I’ve got a load of parcels that need picked up after I pay the outstanding postal charges. Anyway, I’ll get to them after I’ve finished investing in my bitcoin opportunities ...
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