Marian Chase Illegal Physician Database Scam
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Marian Chase Illegal Physician Database Scam

A woman named Marian Chase tries to sell information about health care providers and doctors.

from Marian Chase <>



date Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 3:38 AM

subject [ 2iwtw8zlymfh12o9] : Canadian Business Email List

hide details 3:38 AM (16 hours ago)

As requested, below is pricing for all our lists only until this Friday:

note: all lists are optin and were updated within the last 6 months


Any Individual list below $115 ea OR 2 for $199

-> Complete US Physicians Database

-> Chiropractic Doctors in the USA

-> American Holistic Medicine Providers/Clinics

-> General Dentists in the USA

-> Dentists with Specialties

-> American Veterinarians & Veterinary Clinics

-> US Hospitals

-> Nursing Homes int the US

-> Pharmaceutical Company Employees

-> Physical/Occupational Therapy Clinics and Therapists in the US

-> Oncology Physicians in the US

-> US Surgery Centers

-> Massage Therapists/Therapy Clinics in America

-> Acupuncturists/clinics in the US

-> Medical Equipment Suppliers(USA)

-> Mental Health Counselors (USA)

-> Optometrists/Clinics (USA)

-> Psychologists (USA)


Take any individual list below for just $135 each

-> Hotels in the USA

-> Realtors in the USA

-> USA Business Database

-> Manufacturer Database (USA)

-> Financial Planner Database (USA)

-> Finance & Professionals Database (USA)

-> Insurance Agents (USA)

-> Canadian Businesses

-> United Kingdom Business Database

-> Media Outlet Contacts (USA)


$89 each

-> USA Consumer Database

-> Credit Inquiries Database (USA)

-> American Homeowners


$125 each

-> USA Lawyers Database

-> Criminal Attorneys in the US

Reply to this address for numbers and samples:

please email


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Consumer advisory: For those requesting information, please find details about our ongoing litigation against Mark Mazza, Patrick Williams, and PromoCodeWatch, LLC.
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