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Actually, I was told that depends on which version of the silver phone you get; the "European" version includes the qwerty, whereas the "Asian" version does not. So if your phone supports Chinese language display, chances are, it does not have the qwerty feature. :(

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It is a Scam. they want your money. Anybody that tells you you won something for nothing is a scam. They are rip offs. They will tell you that you won the lottery in some other country. It is all baloney.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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SOURCE: I get the message this

Maybe they are a legitimate company whos website has been compromised by a third party? There could be many innocent reasons why you are receiving that message. Lots of companies pay outside companies to create and maintain their websites for them. Perhaps the webmaster in charge of the page is not doing his job? They could be unaware of the problem. There are too many possibilites to speculate. If you are concerned about their website, report it to your internet carrier and have them check the site for you.

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