Did I ever tell you how we are related? Hey, bro--
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 11:21 AM, Rick Talbot <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Yes, these Internet hackers can be dangerous. I on the other hand lucked
> when I answered a Nigerian prince's email request. He said he was a Mark
> Twain fan. His country is in turmoil and he needed a place to store several
> million dollars for a short time. He seemed like a nice guy and he promised
> me a HUGE gift for this small favor. I gave him my bank account numbers and
> now, this morning, I am going to the bank to pick up my check for
> $3,000,000.00! Isn't that amazing? So the lesson here is sometimes you can
> trust these Internet things and sometimes you can't. I guess I'm just the
> lucky one.
> Richard Talbot
> 1531 West Idaho Avenue
> Falcon Heights, MN 55108-2118
> (651) 646-6624
> (651) 280 8734
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Twain Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of C.J. Peiffer
> Sent: Friday, October 25, 2013 8:58 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Bad Moment !!! Jocelyn A. Chadwick
> If you ever receive a message from a friend that has nothing but an
> et link=2C that is also a sign that your friend's email has been hacked.
> friend will usually tell you what a url leads to or mention why s/he sent
> The hackers are active. Last week=2C I received 4 of those and when I
> cted my friends=2C every one of them had been hacked.
> When your email server asks you for a second email address or cell phone
> mber so you can be contacted by another means=2C be sure to enter one.
> n I was hacked=2C the person changed my email password=2C so the only way
> had to contact my server was through a separate email account.
> I changed my password to 16 digits (the longest my server will allow) of
> ndom letters=2C numbers and symbols ----haven't had a problem since.=20
> Carol Peiffer