We Get Mail

From meeting requests to equipment requests. I get a lot of interesting email.

Richard, wow your studio are awesome bro! Great. My very small home studio during typhoon i have evacuate the few tools because of flood and roof leaks. I am praying for an
1. Apple iMAC 24″ 2.66GHz;
2. a simple cheaper Apple Logic Express 9; and a
3. Focusrite Liquid 32 channel Mix processor.

My old pc is already dying and I cant work with already. My clients said, I am a very good music arranger and a sound designer if I have the proper business tools. Thats why I am praying fro this 3 tools so I can work and support my family and my ministry. My country was flooded devastedly. and now another typhoon is endangering us here.

How i wish you can help me…….

2 replies
  1. Richard Cleaver
    Richard Cleaver says:

    Hi Bryan,

    As noted in the post, I get a lot of interesting email. I was not seeking input for how to respond to this particular email. I know exactly what to do with it.

    The point being that it is very hard to consider such unsolicited email legitimate when a) it is written so poorly, b) there is no way to determine whether it is authentic or a front for some kind of scam. Given three additional emails I received from the same source, I strongly suspect the latter.

    When receiving solicitations from total strangers, it is likely best to err on the side of caution. Particularly when it comes in over the internet.



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