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post Jun 8 2016, 08:34 AM
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I just got one more of these. Have gotten maybe 5 or 6 in total now. It's the wrong Darin all right, by why do they connect me with any Darin at all? I use an gmail address for the forum here, but I didn't use that address for my fake facebook account, but that too is a gmail address. Is that it? Google can easily see that the same person, or at least the same computer, uses both accounts. Do they scan our contacts? I guess they do, but how does Facebook get hold of that information? I don't see another way they could make the connection between Darin and I and they did, even if they got the wrong Darin.
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post Jul 18 2016, 03:03 PM
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OK, now I'm scared. As I've mentioned I have a totally fake facebook account, not a letter is true. I use it maybe twice a year, tops. Have never written a word on the site, neither in my profile nor in comments on other people's pages. First this thing with the wrong Darin. That was spooky enough. Today I get yet another of there "Do you know nnn" emails. They list three persons, persons I knew a long time ago. Classmates from primary school. I haven't had any contact with any of them after that time. I haven't written about these people anywhere, I haven't googled them, I haven't even thought about them. How the heck do they do it? huh.gif
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