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They told me that “I” had a conversation with Amazon support? It was a text-chat, and they emailed me a transcript:.

It’s just a fake address of a hotel that was in the same zip code where I lived.

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As a security conscious user who follows the best practices like: using unique passwords, 2FA, only using a secure computer and being able to spot phishing attacks from a mile away, I would have thought my accounts and details would be be pretty safe? Because when someone has gone after me, it all goes for nothing.I used it to register some domains, knowing that the whois information all too often becomes public. The attacker gave Amazon my fake details from a whois query, and got my real address and phone number in exchange.I used the same general area as I lived, so that my ip address would match up with it. Now they had enough to bounce around a few services, even convincing my bank to issue them a new copy of my Credit Card.According to the study, 59 percent of formerly churched adults left their church because of "changes in life situation." While this may suggest that most losses are outside of the church's control, the research indicates that is not necessarily the case, said Brad Waggoner, executive vice president of Life Way.Waggoner noted that the formerly churched provided more detailed reasons behind this more generic "changes in life situation" description.

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