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ATM L$--is it a scam?


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Run away from this scam.

There is no one to help you recover the time waisted with this scam.

EDIT: Alwin is so correct.  Advertising for others for these points is usually a losing proposition especially as you don't want to be associated with wearing a freebie that spams everywhere you visit with unsolicited commercials for products no one wants. We do seem to ban a hand full of these avatar accounts visiting clubs I work at when they don't lt remove this kind of item when asked.  

 

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Run away from this scam.

There is no one to help you recover the time waisted with this scam.

EDIT: Alwin is so correct.  Advertising for others for these points is usually a losing proposition especially as you don't want to be associated with wearing a freebie that spams everywhere you visit with unsolicited commercials for products no one wants. We do seem to ban a hand full of these avatar accounts visiting clubs I work at when they don't lt remove this kind of item when asked.  

 

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third party sellers are closed per august 1th.

You can only buy L$ at the official LL exchange.

 

I don't know what the ATM you visit is, if it's a kind of sponsored gift unit to collect a few linden for being somewhere it's possible still in use. This is not a form of selling but reward for services.

Somtimes these promesses are not more than that... and don't function.

 

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