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Crapapp - $5 Crappy App

For $5 check if this inventor promotion app is a scam
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Pay $5 and get to know if this software is a scam or not. Don't believe the youtube videos till you try it yourself.

There are many crappy inventions in the world, and almost as many crappy applications of those inventions. You get to try out this one, for as little as $5. What would you do with that money anyway?

By using this application you will get to know insider secrets from professional scammers, and a chance to turn your ideas into real products. And you don't even need a patent attorney for it. Protect your ideas with the crapapp.

Disclaimer Crapapp Uncorporated never promised anything whatsoever. The preceding text was copied from Halfbakery. Please visit other people's websites.

pashute, Jul 10 2013

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       So, the google play store?
DIYMatt, Jul 10 2013
  

       What was that address to send the 5 bucks too?
popbottle, Jul 10 2013
  

       For only $10 nrm co. promises to tell you if CrapApp is a scam or not.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 10 2013
  

       rotfl - you got me there, norm.
pashute, Jul 10 2013
  

       What? Sorry, I had my headphones on then. Incidentally, why do we call them trojans, as surely it was greek horse?
not_morrison_rm, Jul 10 2013
  

       //possession is, as they say, 9/10 of the law.   

       I believe exorcists take a different view.   

       NB If someone gives me a German car, does that mean it is now a British car, and I can refer to it as such? For example "This fine Trabant, is my favourite British car..".
not_morrison_rm, Jul 12 2013
  

       // in the wooden horse nomenclature, it would be "The Trabant of Britain"   

       Wait: they call it "The Horse of Troy" now?   

       Damn: They've got a LOT of history books to rewrite ….
land, Jul 12 2013
  
      
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