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Letter from Santa for Macmillan Cancer Support - Only £3.00 delivered

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For only £3, we can arrange for your child to receive a personalised letter from Santa allowing the magic of Christmas to truly begin. Imagine the excitement of your child when they open the lett…
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excellent cause and will make a little face light up xxxxx merry christmas everyone xxx <3:3X)
seems legit - http://crossroads.the-gem.com/ChristmasCharity/contact.html

Macmillan Letters from Santa is run by gem, whose charity of the year is Macmillan Cancer Support. gem have raised £18,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support in the last 8 months and with your help we would like to increase this to £20,000. gem also organised the Belfast Dragon Boat Race for Macmillan earlier int he year.
Hi!
Just to answer the questions...! The letters are being handled by a company called gem for their charity of the year Macmillan! (hence the crossroads web address as it's done internally to save costs on web hosting). It's not on the main Macmillan site yet, but has been featured on the official Macmillan Facebook pages. All the profit goes to Macmillan, gem makes no money from this at all! Hope that helps, but feel free to ask any more questions!
lou1
Are we sure this is genuinely going to macmillan? I am always wary of sites who pose as charities and I looked on the macmillan site and found nothing about this. The web address is also a bit odd. If it is genuine I will deffo get a couple but not convinced at the mo.


After searching on Macmillan's website I can't find any reference to this whatsoever! You'd think this would be on there somewhere if it were genuine wouldn't you? Also if you hit 'home' it does nothing but if you delete the address and just leave crossroads.the-gem.com/ you get IIS7 page which is something to do with web hosting. If anyone can cofirm this is legiot I'll def give it a go.
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