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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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"The insurance company got wind of this and sent him a cease and desist letter. My brother counter-offered with a contract for the company to purchase the Twitter account (and 2500 potential customers) for the very reasonable price of $9,326.

They agreed."

 

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