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'Reporting I was investigated for fraud degrades my image,' writes Maximiliano Vecino

December 11, 2012 by Maximiliano Vecino Adami

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Dear offshorealert.com team,

My name is Maximiliano Vecino Adami, and Im also sending this email on behalf of my father Enrique Manuel Vecino Acosta. Looking for our names in Google, we found "Spain seeks evidence in Washington for Internet fraud investigation" with this link: http://www.offshorealert.com/GetArticle.aspx?id=8010.

Our names appear in that article that you offer in your website, this is really offensive for us and degrades our image when people looks for our names in the internet.

Please proceed as soon as possible to remove our names from the website. Thank you very much for your collaboration, I will be waiting for your soon response.

We found a second link: http://www.offshorealert.com/GetDocument.aspx?id=11933

Regards,

Maximiliano Vecino 

unicmax@gmail.com

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