Chain Letters Anonymous

You receive an e-mail chain letter, and you know you shouldn’t forward it to ten of your friends: they’ll curse your name for clogging up their mailboxes and for wasting Internet bandwidth. But you don’t want the bad karma that they say comes from breaking the chain…

At Chain Letters Anonymous, we understand the anxiety of breaking the chain. We want to help you overcome “forward-button addiction” and the superstitious intoxication that brings computer networks to a crawl.

Not everyone has the strength to quit cold turkey, and we fully understand. To help you gradually stop sending chain letters, volunteers at Chain Letters Anonymous are available 24-hours a day in case you “fall off the inbox” and really, really need to send a chain letter to ten of your friends.

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