When I saw the name Maple Story Hacks, I just had to take a look at it.
Loading up the page with a mental picture of someone trying to program
syrup, I found that maple story
is an MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game).

When you get to the page the most prominent thing there is a link that
says Click Here
Download Maple Story Hacks followed by Welcome to MapleStory Hacks,
Cheats and Guides. Down the left side of the page is a long list of
links to things like 3rd
Job Archer/Ranger FAQ, (whatever that is) and other FAQ’s and
guides, although when I tried to have a look at them, the pages all
timed out and failed to load.

When you click on the download link, it takes you to an instruction page
that tells you to give them your cell phone number on the following page
to get a password sent to your cell by SMS text message. When you get
the password, you enter it in the next form and finally you have access
to the hacks.

What you don’t know unless you read the very light gray text on a white
background on the page where you enter your cell phone number is that by
doing this you’re subscribing to a ringtone service and the $9.99 charge
for it will appear on your cell phone bill every month.

There was no link that I could find for the maple story guide or the
maple story cheats. There was some stuff about definitions of terms and
descriptions of certain hacks and a list of what hacks they have, but
the only way I could find to get what the site advertises was to
subscribe to the ringtones and since I don’t have a cell phone, I didn’t
even try that part..

Also, the bottom of the page there is a 90 word block of text that is
stuffed with keywords and doesn’t actually say anything.

Makes me glad I don’t have a cell phone and don’t play MMORPG’s.

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