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Grunergy Technologies
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 6/11/2010 12:27:43 AM

By: HitEleven

I run a blog that has been looking into the recently-public green technology firm named Grunergy Technologies. This business looks mighty shady, with no product to sell as of yet, and millions of shares disbursed to offshore Panamanian companies.

Because of my postings, I have been receiving increasing threatening and erratic e-mails from one of the people involved in the business. It's getting to the point of harassment.

Read more at http://battlelight.blogspot.com


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/23/2010 7:53:26 PM

By: watchmen

matt.... u really need to understand why they are looking at u


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/11/2010 1:28:35 PM

By: knightmare3000

protect yourself by using email addresses in anonymous websites like www.johndoes.org brenda on www.financialnewsdiscussionboard.com uses them so it might be worthwhile. acts as a barrier to threatening email. or use a pseudonym. the other websites like www.9y.com and www.hushmail.com have built in spam detectors or if email doesn't match (forward address doesn't match return address ) common among scamsters or threatening folks . so it could be phoney. see them too


 

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