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About wkdpaul

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  • Birthday 1977-06-03

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    Montreal, Qc


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    MSI Z370-A PRO
  • RAM
    32GB DDR4 2400 (4x8GB)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 3GB
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    Phanteks P400S Special Edition White
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    240GB Avexir SSD + 1x 1TB Seagate
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    Seasonic G650
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    Acer G205H 21in + Lenovo 21in
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    DeepCool NEPTWIN
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    Cooler Master Devastator II
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    Cooler Master Devastator II
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    Realtek (integrated)
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    Win 10 64bits
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  1. Someone in Brazil decided my email was theirs ... no, they don't have my password, and no, there's no login attempts to log into my email from Brazil. That didn't stop them to use my email to subscribe to Netflix, to give it to their Ford dealership and other business he deals with.


    How dumb can you be to use an email that isn't yours??? WTF is wrong with people?


    I did contact Netflix and they flagged the email as incorrect on his account, and I sent a few emails to the dealer, but since I don't know a word of Portuguese, I'm not sure how good Google translate was! :P



    Please stop sending me emails, this email is mine and not owned by M. *redacted*

    Por favor, pare de me enviar e-mails, este e-mail é meu e não pertence a M. *redacted*


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    2. Den-Fi


      Some lady named Patricia did that to me. All these dealership emails, auto quotes, etc... it took 2 years to stop getting emails from all the different things. With one dealer I had to file an abuse report with mailchimp because they kept adding me back to the list and I followed through with it til their account was suspended lol.

    3. MEC-777


      If you have 2FA and they didn't have your email password, how did they have access to your email then?

    4. wkdpaul


      @MEC-777 that's the thing, they somehow did have access somewhere back in 2010, but haven't since.


      But they are still entering my email address when registering for services.


      I'm really confused since they didn't even try to log into my email (I looked into my security logs on Google).


      Not sure why they're using my email when registering for things when they haven't even tried to log into it for year?