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'Remove article from your website', writes Bermuda's Deborah Lowe

December 11, 2019

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I would like to request that my name be removed from your website regarding an issue that never got litigated by Platinum Services, a Real Estate Company.

Furthermore, I would like to know why my name has been posted in this Article, I was never taken to court, never received any judgement of wrong-doing and never, never had a case with this company.

Could you please respond to my concern please, and I am not sure if I can seek recourse legally to get my name removed from off your website. Thank you.

Deborah Lowe
Bermuda

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