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"I plan a trip to London on October 28-29, 2010. I would consider the possibility of meeting with you if you were available.

I have begun work on the third volume of The Monfort Trilogy that will propose an action plan to accelerate the European construction process in non-economic areas. Interviews with experts are key to understanding the diagnose of the current status quo. I depart from the diagnosis to imagine and explain forward-looking, creative policies with the potential to entertain and conquer the average citizen, a prerequisite to triggering a paradigm shift.

Interviews feed the consolidation of teams that could subsequently implement the action plans described in the three volumes of the trilogy. For more information about first and second volumes of the trilogy see http://www.decemland.com and http://www.reypublica.org

Sincerely, Jaime P. Monfort

Jaime P. Monfort | The Multidisciplinary European | http://www.Monfort.org"


I reasoned this had to be spam of some kind, since I'm not an expert in any area that would, I think, be relevant to this book.

Searching with "Jaime Monfort spam" reveals an Amazon page where every review is a complaint about promotional spam for the book.

This made me wonder if the above is some kind of email validation ruse. Alternatively it could be a variation on those "Who's Who" scams in which I get interviewed and then will, presumably, purchase the book because it contains my interview. Though it seems an expensive way to do this - cheaper surely to send me a list of questions in an email?

Cursory googling suggests suggests this man is an aspiring media pundit with a strong line in self-promotion, but not actually a sp/cammer per se. In that case though, the above email is just very odd.

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purplecat: Hand Drawn picture of a Toy Cat (Default)
"I plan a trip to London on October 28-29, 2010. I would consider the possibility of meeting with you if you were available.

I have begun work on the third volume of The Monfort Trilogy that will propose an action plan to accelerate the European construction process in non-economic areas. Interviews with experts are key to understanding the diagnose of the current status quo. I depart from the diagnosis to imagine and explain forward-looking, creative policies with the potential to entertain and conquer the average citizen, a prerequisite to triggering a paradigm shift.

Interviews feed the consolidation of teams that could subsequently implement the action plans described in the three volumes of the trilogy. For more information about first and second volumes of the trilogy see http://www.decemland.com and http://www.reypublica.org

Sincerely, Jaime P. Monfort

Jaime P. Monfort | The Multidisciplinary European | http://www.Monfort.org"


I reasoned this had to be spam of some kind, since I'm not an expert in any area that would, I think, be relevant to this book.

Searching with "Jaime Monfort spam" reveals an Amazon page where every review is a complaint about promotional spam for the book.

This made me wonder if the above is some kind of email validation ruse. Alternatively it could be a variation on those "Who's Who" scams in which I get interviewed and then will, presumably, purchase the book because it contains my interview. Though it seems an expensive way to do this - cheaper surely to send me a list of questions in an email?

Cursory googling suggests suggests this man is an aspiring media pundit with a strong line in self-promotion, but not actually a sp/cammer per se. In that case though, the above email is just very odd.

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