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10-01-2006, 09:42 PM
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10-02-2006, 01:02 AM
Spammer. You prey on fear in your little advertising campaign here... not only could you hire a killer but he held legally accountable for doing so as well. The links you dropped here are entirely OFF topic of this entire forum, as the majority of us wish to not only have our private lives stored in databases, but more importantly most of us wish not to let this information be sold!!! Why? Who can afford or would have reasoning for doing so? Those with the money to do so... corporations and government bodies... NOT the people! You dropped these links in an attempt to boost your search engine ranking via inbound links from this site, and others... for these reasons... shame be unto you!

10-02-2006, 01:37 AM
Thanks "Gerald" for your willingness to share with us your true selfish nature.


This folks for the record is a TRUE 'forum troll'.

I happen to be in the position not only to restrict heavily your website traffic referrals, but the sites listed in your signature will be looked into and if the contents of those sites contain the necessary and likely *violations*, they will more than likely be dropped from listing with the major search engines. At any rate, these inlinks you've populated your site with will benefit you no longer.

No self respecting company would stoop so low as to advertise the way this troll does.

You're probably a pure reseller... even sleazier. I'll find out. Thanks for bringing this attention to yourself.