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Old Sunday, February 28th, 2010, 08:41 PM
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poor spelling is truly a clue sometimes but you would be surprised how many devious people are out there and are really proficient in english. you have no idea of the foolishness i get to see as a moderator. actually, yes you do since you got to read at least one spam, didn't you? lol. opening some of the links included in these spams opens you to scams. the number of scams we get to see and the number of hackers we get to witness amazes me.

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Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
Like everything else in this world, unfortunately, we have to be quite alert to scams. One hint is the poor spelling (sometimes) that are a dead giveaway. Also, poor English usage. However, forewarned is forearmed!! THANKS!!
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