George R Stilwell, Jr. grsjr at JUNO.COM
Tue Jan 23 03:01:27 CET 2001


If AEG was a business it'd be easy. If the funds were for me, it'd be
easy assuming I wanted to give
them all my personal data. If AEG had a checking account and was willing
to pay the fees
to maintain it there'd be no problem. If AEG had a credit card there'd be
no problem. Or if
AEG had a drivers license and a utility bill there'd be no problem.

I too thought the account was set up. According to their directions there
was no problem -- until
I tried to get them to send me the money. According to the directions,
they'd send a check to
the address I gave them. When I tried to get that done, I had to send an
E-mail to
them. Then the new rules arrived. There's no clue on the site that all
this personal data
would be required.

I don't know what to tell you about your gift. There's no way I can
retrieve it.

GRSJr at

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