Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
As I posted in the eBay thread:
If someone has remote control of your computer:
Send a PM to @LA Guy and have your SF account closed, so they can't post here any more.
Call eBay, PayPal, your bank and any credit cards etc that you have accessed online, and tell them to freeze your accounts, and/or block any new activity - whatever the case may be.
Set ID theft alerts with Experian, Equifax and TransUnion if you've done any sort of banking / credit inquiries / applications etc online...or go further and freeze your credit.
If you haven't done any of that, and you've known for 12+ hours now that you've been hacked, then sorry - you may already be looking at months, or years, or troubles.
Ironically, I found a copy of this story today. I've been meaning to reread it.
this is getting crazy.
Dude, im literally doing all and everything I can to protect myshit but also making sure to go out of my way to b sure this doesnt happen to any of you. I guess your shit has nothing to worry about. You really are midde aged piece of shit who hates and does nothing else. So thank you, knowing a person of your calibur is out there ,and ive also truly enoyed all you've brought too from the pics to the knowledge. Thank you for taking the time and for havng tthose good intentions. Also just the impact youve left, because after this I can pronise I will more than likely think about words you have shared, not a single time ever, while youll be remembering me and mine at everything thrift stop you make. So I guess you have nothing to worry about, you just carry on with your life.
Sorry man, I would but I don't live in the area. We have lots of members from Ontario tho, maybe someone can get it for you. Dundas and 403
Im good on all exccept with the last situation, are you talking about major banking situations, long term finaical holdings , savings your mortgagde, that type of shit, or any money accessed via the internet wheter it was transfering 500 bucks from paypal to 5000 to 5000000? Thank you so much.
A Rolex was found at that location from my inside sources.
I would contact, by phone, anything money-related, that you've accessed via your current computer, ever. Don't know if they have key-logger, your browser history (so they know what sites you visited i.e.: citi.com etc - and know where your accounts are), or a file on your computer with all your username / password reminders...and whatever else I'm not thinking of.
Same goes for any site where you have saved credit card or billing info - amazon, itunes, whatever.
He's talking about all of that. Freeze your credit with the credit bureaus. You can unfreeze it when you want to and you can allow any financial institutions to run a credit check on you when you need to. It makes life more difficult sometimes, but it's worth it. I'd suggest going to read the credit bureau forums.
Speaking of Rolexes, the other day at my local Goodwill the cashier had to open the top secret binder that allows them to figure out that the lower of the two prices on an item was the one they needed to charge. Prominently displayed inside was a printout of the Yahoo story about the guy that found the LeCoultre watch with a big note on it to "Pay Attention". LOL
Hey @PLaydice . Do you remember this 2011 release?
Good thing they don't know what an Atmos clock looks like
i believe there is a healthy market for this.......
For personal use,oh yeah.
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