I've heard the name 'Juno' mentioned in Internet circles for many years and at one time I think I may have actually downloaded their free email service. But I don't recall ever using Juno or recommending it to others.
So why would they suddenly send me a check for $30.00 with an attached letter saying:
"Congratulations! The person you referred to the Juno Service, email@example.com has met the requirements necessary for you to earn the Refer-A-Friend bonus. Enclosed with this letter you will find a check made out in your name."
I did some brief research on Juno and discovered that it merged with Net-Zero some years ago and apparently remains a huge part of the Internet industry. I could find nothing indicating that this may be a scam of some kind. The check certainly looks genuine.
So what do you guys think? Should I walk away or enjoy the new-found cash and not worry about it?
Spring "Money Can Also Be The Root Of All Pleasures" Chicken
Spring Texas USA