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It seems that a chain letter that first circulated a few years ago is doing the rounds again.

It seems that a chain letter that first circulated a few years ago

is doing the rounds again.



Usually requesting compliment slips, it claims to be from Craig John, a

boy suffering from cancer.



The original child behind the bid to get into the Guinness Book of

Records was called Craig Shergold. He had terminal cancer and succeeded

in making it into the Guinness Book with the largest collection of get

well cards.



The latest letters ask for business cards or compliment slips and, from

what Campaign has been able to find out, seem to be a ploy to compile a

mailing list. The same address appears on all the letters.



What should you do if you receive a ’Craig’ letter? Bin it.



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