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6a. US Postal Service
    The US Postal Inspection service office locator
      <http://www.usps.gov/ncsc/locators/find-is.html>
    Information on chain letters/mail fraud
      <http://www.usps.gov/websites/depart/inspect/chainlet.htm>
      <http://www.usps.gov/websites/depart/inspect/usc18/mailfr.htm>

6b. Electronic Software Publishing Corporation
    <http://www.elsop.com/wrc/complain.htm>
    A site maintained by the Electronic Software Publishing Corporation,
    listing many addresses for reporting possible fraud and scams.  Here
    is a sample:
    <nfic@internetmci.com>
      Internet Fraud Center - general frauds
    <pyramid@ftc.gov> 
      MLM and pyramid scheme stuff - phone card distributorships, etc.

6c. National Fraud Information Center
    <http://www.fraud.org>
    This is a site run by the National Consumers League, FTC and Association
    of State Attorneys General. The site has tips to avoid fraud, daily
    reports of Internet scams and contact info. NFIC is a National clearing
    house to report scams which they forward to appropriate agencies.
 
6d. Federal Trade Commission
    <http://www.ftc.gov>
      The US FTC also takes fraud reports at
        consumerline@ftc.gov
        fraud@ftc.gov
      and reports of UCE at
        uce@ftc.gov

6e. Securities and Exchange Commission
    enforcement@sec.gov
    The SEC is very particular about how folks solicit to sell shares. 
    There is also a snail-mail address:     
      John Reed Stark
      Special Counsel for Internet Projects
      Mail Stop 4-5
      450 Fifth Street N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20549

6f. U.S. Consumer Gateway
    <http://www.consumer.gov>
    "Your Link to Federal Consumer Information".  A cooperative effort of
     the FTC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Food and Drug Administration,
     Consumer Product Safety Commission and National Highway Transportation Safety
     Administration.

6g. Pennsylvania Attorney General
    To file a formal complaint about Cyberpromo, or any other Pennsylvania-
    based junk emailer, with the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office, use
    the form at
      <http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/contact/index.html>
    As always, print, sign and snail-mail your complaints!


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