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"Most hackers does not really hacking passwords by penetrating Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail, and AOL servers, instead they will go for the easy way - the end user, that's you. It's not what you see on the movies such like "Hackers," "SwordFish," and so on. Too good to be true! They don't actually hack, but logs every stroke on your keyboard including the passwords you have input."

Right off a hacking website......so DocDon quite possible and happening to many. Certainly doesnt justify you bringing attention to the unfortunate elements of this theft. Was not aware that it was your web companies policy to humiliate users.

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From: pretrialed

To: DocDon

Posted: Sat Jan 21, 2006 12:37 pm

Subject: Thank You

Hi DocDon,

Thank you very much for alerting me to my email fraud, I never thought it would happen to me ...lol....but im taking the proper steps with AOL now.

I'm just going to keep locking his disruptive threads.... that's about all I can do for now.

Why don't you do some constructive, like post this secret series of letters attorneys send to the CRA's to get the 80% success rate you spoke of as opposed to the 20% we're so used to because we're not professional credit restoration specialists with our "$15 book and canned letters" as you called it?

OR you can back up your other claim about credit card contracts being illegal, and you know attorneys who have won using their techniques in court.

OR you can do both. Your choice. Post something worthwhile, or stop wasting everyone's time with jibberish.

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