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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 2/20/2010 8:21:20 PM

By: Serious Caution

Any *private* advice that you get off this board is likely to be some combination of flat wrong or a scam. If a poster is not willing to give you advice on the board, it almost always means that their advice cannot stand the light of day.

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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 2/18/2010 1:18:53 PM

By: knightmare3000

to anyone who reads this, please give valid email addresses so people can answer your questions. if you are afraid to give your identity ,then go to or or and get a free account. you do NOT have to give your name or address at registration . it can be anonyomus. if you want more anonymity go to for a fee it will be an anonymous account that can not be traced. if you use a computer at a public library then not even the headers of the email can give away your location or home address PC. . so if you do not really want to give out who you are,then get an account at any of those websites. keep all email from this board on them so as not to interfere with your other email. you can be anonymous. but please give a vaild email address. if you want feedback,then I think that is elementary.thanks for listening to me

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 2/23/2010 4:17:49 PM

By: tone

Trusted email ending in XXX - wonder what he does on his day off. Probably does not work for a living and should get a non-porno address. As you stress is free. Have met the owners and loved their ideas - over five years ago in london - I would assume that david and hunter have done the same? Would you not want to trust the source for your emails? If I owned offshore business .com I sure as hell would make sure these guys were solid. We put 500 clients on them - what to know who the real source for offshore is - send an email to them and ask!



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