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Tine 2 month s ago
Pretty sure posing as a company like that is not legal (at least not these days), but I really like how he got them back. He should have bumped the sum though. :-)
       
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Angelina 2 month s ago
filing into the "this never happened" drawer. Also finding it a little difficult to drum up sympathy for 2 fictional people that are needing funds when one is able to afford "independent international adventures". I do feel sad that their father died, but then I remember that this didn't happen.
       
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"So, back then companies didn’t really have Twitter handles, especially not insurance companies. So my bro, ever the troll, created a Twitter handle in this insurance company’s name, complete with their official logo. He quickly set about gaining thousands of followers and legitimately began answering their questions with truthful albeit, quite negative responses. Things like:"

 

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