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FirstName Jamie
LastName Chamberlain
OrganisationName Small Business Owner/Administrator
OrganisationURL http://127.0.0.1
Profession Retail
Country USA
State Ga
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Email scjamie@gmail.com
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Comment I just found your site and hope I can get some help from members here.
I have been under attack for over 2 years, and through research have found that they were using a NPT hack to control my PC in every way. Now, I need to find out how to stop them and hopefully trace back and find out who has done this to me. I estimate it has cost me around $25K so far.
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