I don't know how you can say that I requested two first time bonuses. I would not have gone through all this trouble if I was in the wrong. I would have just kicked myself and moved on.
Although I suppose I an incorrect, I had thought that CV sometimes includes the T&C's at the bottom of the mailers, although that doesn't prevent me from checking the website to make sure they correspond. The screenshot comes from my Temporary Internet Files cache.
The screenshots are from my laptop, where I originally read the email. My laptop is configured to use Outlook Express to login to hotmail and read the mails. That way, I just open up Outlook Express and see the emails, without having to actually loading up a browser, and typing my login info. It is a matter of convenience to me. In OE using hotmail, there are two main folders - a local folder and the online hotmail version. Unless I copy emails from the online hotmail version to the local folder, they stay online. So when I click delete to an incoming email, it goes to the online delete of hotmails (which get automatically emptied every few days or so). This is why you don't see hotmail.com on my histories list.
Now, why did I take this long to get this screenshot? As you can see from my history, the last entry before "Today" was "Two Weeks Ago." What happened to last week? Well, two weeks ago, my laptop died. I finally got it back up and quickly put it in offline mode before searching through the history. Otherwise, it would have updated the site with the T&C's with the new version. If you still don't believe that, then here's an email I sent to Slycin on the 22nd of May:
<, <, <, ----- Original Message -----
<, <, <, From: Victor T
<, <, <, To: firstname.lastname@example.org
<, <, <, Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 3:01 AM
<, <, <, Subject: Help with Crown Vegas
<, <, <,
<, <, <,
<, <, <, Thanks for your offer to help. I really have presented
<, <, <,have
<, <, <, for my case on WOL and casinomeister. Anything you can do would
<, <, <,be
<, <, <, appreciated.
<, <, <,
<, <, <, I think I have one last hope. I did open the email on my laptop
<, <, <,week,
<, <, <, and visited CV's site to review the T&Cs. So I believe the
<, <, <,T&C's
<, <, <, that I saw will be available on my browser's temporary files
<, <, <, However, to top off my incredibuly bad luck this week, my laptop
<, <, <,also
<, <, <, died. I'm in the process of seeing if I can recover the data
<, <, <,laptop.
<, <, <, So perhaps I can come up with the original T&C website for
<, <, <,but
<, <, <, who knows..
<, <, <,
<, <, <, Let me know what I need to do to get this matter straightened
<, <, <,
<, <, <, Thanks,
<, <, <, Victor
Yes, this laptop is used for gaming online. I don't like having a bunch of extraneous software on my main computer. I think that is my prerogative if I choose to do that.
Here are a few things that I realized:
1.) I probably didn't receive the email around May 12-13 as I had previously thought. It is obvious from:
that I had read the T&C's at CV's site on the 16th. That particular HTML page was last modified on 4/2. Why did they need to modify it again on the 19th?
2. I may have recieved the email in early April, but somehow missed it until a month later. This is possible, since I can get 20 emails a day to that account sometimes. However, I'm generally good about keeping up with my emails, so I don't know.