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Public Address 03/11/03 - Scams And Stuff

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/11/03 - Scams and stuff

The Westpac scam |Nov 03, 2003 12:22
Russell Brown's Hard News

Public service message: if you received an email headed 'Westpac Bank E-mail Verification' today, don't act on its contents. It's a phishing scam and its perpetrators want to empty your bank account. As it happens, I am a Westpac customer, but the scam itself is unlikely to have been targeted...
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Saturday morning page two hundred fifty seven |Nov 01, 2003 06:48
Debra Daley's astral plane

It's six o'clock in the morning and we are both up, working on our books. That's the really great thing about living with another writer. Someone who understands that you have to turn on the light at 3 AM and get up and write because words are pouring out …
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