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Who Called My Photographer

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#91 tennille


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Posted 09 January 2008 - 02:48 PM

I'm sorry this has happened to you and I'm sure it'll get sorted out.

I'd be interested to know if the police (when you reported this issue) advised you to take some basic steps to ensure your privacy/safety online. (ie: remove surnames from usernames etc etc)

I work in fraud investigations (well when I'm not on mat. leave that is) and that's the first advice I'd give people. If you are online, in forums and posting pics etc please be aware that it's not hard to track people, particularly when surnames are in usernames (along with the other obvious stuff- phone numbers, addresses etc)

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Posted 11 January 2008 - 07:35 PM

B. I'm sorry this has happened to you, its truely unreal, I cant believe it. As everyone else has already said, I hope its not going to impact on your professional relationship with your photographer, I'm sure it wont.

You know its really sad when something like this makes us all more cautious. One of the lovley things about I-DO is that we get to know each other and help in this most important time in our lives. Its really great when you get to see the planning culminate into a beautiful wedding for one of your new friends, i honestly hope that this person wont ruin that experiance for the rest of us.
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