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Post by Concerned employee,

8042146522 I had one call me today using the name Erin Lucas from DFF he called to speak with an employee who is no longer with the company he yelled at me to shut up and put the ex employee on the phone I once again informed him that he was not with the company he then began to yell F*** You and threatened me, my family, and our lives he then threatened sexual assault -I am VERY disturbed He called back to back for an hour -

Post by MJC,

804-214-6522 Same scam is happening at my work -  They are phishing for someone to fall for this and send a check -  Everyone here needs to realize you have the power because you have what they need - money -   Money they cannot access (even with all the info they have on you) -  If they could access it, they wouldn't be calling you - they would be using it -   Stay in control and realize they are sitting in an overcrowded call center in overcrowded India - not Massachusetts, Boston City -  Let them know NOTHING more about you -  Let them know that you know that DFF supposedly stands for Defending Financial Fraud - this alerts them to the fact you have researched them and are aware of the scam (they have never stated this to me on the phone, only Legal Dept - for DFF) -    If they hang in there with you, calmly let them know you know they are scammers and they are wasting their SKYPE time on you (again, showing knowledge of their operation will encourage them to move along) -  They may continue to call you, but if you do not react to their statements and crude language, you take all the power of intimidation away from you -  Relax, enjoy messing with them if you can (ask if they like cheeseburgers - they worship cows) or be patient, they will stop -

Post by yes,

8042146522 They continue to change their numbers the last one I got is --

Post by yes,

804-214-6522 I am willing to get on this lawsuit against these nuts, they will go down in due time -

Post by Alfalfa,

8042146522 Phantom Debt Collectors From India Harass Americans, Demand MoneyBy BRIAN ROSS (@brianross) , CINDY GALLI and MATTHEW MOSK (@mattmosk) June , Hundreds of thousands of cash-strapped Americans have been targeted by abusive debt collectors operating out of overseas call centers suspected of links to organized crime in India, law enforcement officials told ABC News -The calls are part of a massive scam, one that appears to target struggling Americans -- especially those who have gone online to apply for payday loans - Armed with personal information from those pilfered applications, the threatening callers, who claim to be debt collectors poised to initiate legal action, have managed to pry loose millions of dollars from their victims -- even when the victims never owed money in the first place -"This is what we call a phantom debt collection scam," said Jon Leibowitz, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission - "It's a very pernicious and innovative new fraud -"Working through call centers in India, the commission estimates that the criminals have dialed at least - million calls, persuading already cash-strapped victims to send them more than million - Some have reported receiving dozens of calls per hour - They are victims like Cindy Gervais, of New Orleans, who went online for a quick loan when her husband's car was hit by a driver who didn't have insurance -Even though she paid the loan off, the so-called "phantom" debt collectors with Indian accents began calling to say she still owed money -He more or less told me that if I didn't pay, they were going to have someone on my doorstep to arrest me," she told ABC News - "And that they were going to contact my place of business, and tell them what kind of person I am -"At first, she said she resisted - Then the calls became more frequent, and started to ring on her cell phone, and at the grocery distribution company where she had worked for years -"I was more or less was in panic mode because he told me there would be someone before noon at my place of business to arrest me and take me to jail," she said tearfully - "So I agreed to pay him -"After receiving scores of complaints, investigators with the FTC said they began tracking the calls, and following the payments - They alleged the payments led them to a California company run by an Indian-American named Kirit Patel, and that such scams would not be possible without American front men -"I would say that all roads of this scam, or many of the roads of this scam, lead back to Mr - Patel," said the FTC's Leibowitz -ABC News tracked Patel for weeks, from the suburbs of San Francisco to Austin, Texas -Patel refused to talk - But his lawyer, Mark Ellis, said he believes it is far too early to pass judgment on his client - Ellis, a Sacramento-based attorney, told ABC News that Patel was hired for a nominal fee to set up an American shell company, and had no idea what the call centers in India were doing -"I can tell you, he was as snookered by the people in India as anybody," Ellis said - "He's a -year-old man who is nearing his retirement who thought all he had to do was set up some corporations and everything was on the up and up - He's completely dismayed that he has become the lightning rod of this entire problem -"A close friend of Patel's also defended him in a brief interview at his home, saying Patel was not trying to defraud anyone -- he was just an unwitting, bit player in a larger scheme -"If Mr - Patel was just a cog in the wheel he seems to have been a pretty big cog," Leibowitz said - "It is clear that Patel was integrally involved with this scam -"Leibowitz points to thousands of pages of financial and phone records gathered by the FTC and filed as part of a civil case brought against him in the U -S - District Court in Sacramento last month - When FTC lawyers sought to freeze his assets and prevent his business from continuing to operate, Patel responded by invoking his rights against self-incrimination - His lawyer told ABC News he has had to be careful in how he responds to the allegations in civil court "because there is a potential criminal action," but that Patel maintains the allegations against him are false -Federal investigators said the phantom debt collection operation that allegedly benefitted from Patel's assistance was one of several that all trace back to the same small town in Western India called Ahmedabad - Callers use technology to make it appear that the calls originate inside the U -S - Victims provided ABC News with recordings of dozens of the calls, and many of the thickly accented callers appear to be reading off a script -"Subpoenas have been readied, and Monday morning you're going to be picked up from your home," one caller says on a victim's voicemail - "And you have children - Don't worry about your children - We have a childcare department to take care of the children -""You will be behind bars for six months," said another caller - "And once you go behind bars, you will lose your job - Once you are behind the bars, you won't get a single drop of water -"William Peerce Howard, a Tampa attorney who represents victims of harassment from debt collectors, said it takes an especially twisted criminal to use threats and coercion to pry money from someone who is already struggling financially"These guys really are the most visible villains in America today," he said - "They make a living scaring people -"Mark Merola, of Florida, said he just panicked when the caller told him he might be arrested at the deli where he works in a Florida retirement community -"I was nervous - I didn't want to embarrass myself, my family," he said - He used his debit card to pay the collector -Afterwards, he says he realized "how stupid I was -" "It just happened so fast," he said - "I got scared -" Leibowitz said he hopes with more attention, future potential targets of the scam will recognize red flags before they turn over any money -If callers say they are from the police, consumers should know that law enforcement officers do not collect debt for private parties - If the caller is speaking with a thick Indian accent, but calls themselves by a names such as Officer Mike Johnson, that should be a tip off - And if they're calling times in two hours, that's another red flag - "Legitimate debt collectors, legitimate pay day lenders don't do those sorts of things," he said -Merola said he would like to see anyone involved in the scam prosecuted aggressively -"There's no place in society for these people," he said - abcnews -go -com Blotter phantom-debt-co - - &page

Post by yes,

804-214-6522 They are coward middle easterners who wants to be U -S citizens- sorry scumbags we dont want you, in fact your own country dont want you - They hate for you to mention the police because they know their game playing is about to come to an end, see if you can harrass people from your jail cell and yes this is to you scumbags because I know you do read these - We will get the last laugh, cant wait to get this lawsuit against you lowlife scumbags -

Post by yes,

8042146522 I enjoyed playing the same games with these scumbags, would make them so mad busting them out on their scam, I really enjoy pissing them off when you mention police, scam and India - Boy I would love to see the look on their faces when they get arrested because they will go down- I am investing my time and research into making that happen -

Post by Alician Martell,

804-214-6522 There is a person named William Carter that is calling my place of employment continuosly  I have asked him to stop this person that he is asking for does not work for us  Please have him stop as this is tying up our phone lines - -

Post by Alfalfa,

8042146522 This is a criminal extortion scam operating out of India - They are making the calls utilizing VOIP and the names of legitimate firms to make it appear the calls are originating from within the US - There is NO "company" or "debt" and you will NOT be arrested - They are harvesting and or buying consumers' personal identifying information and you need to do whatever you can to protect yourself - This includes: Notifying the FTC: https: www -ftccomplaintassistant -gov , placing fraud alerts with all three credit bureaus, notifying your bank and employer and letting these criminals know you are aware they are attempting to extort money for a non-existent debt and have alerted the authorities -Read this investigative report ABC News did on this scam:Hundreds of thousands of cash-strapped Americans have been targeted by abusive debt collectors operating out of overseas call centers suspected of links to organized crime in India, law enforcement officials told ABC News -The calls are part of a massive scam, one that appears to target struggling Americans -- especially those who have gone online to apply for payday loans - Armed with personal information from those pilfered applications, the threatening callers, who claim to be debt collectors poised to initiate legal action, have managed to pry loose millions of dollars from their victims -- even when the victims never owed money in the first place -"This is what we call a phantom debt collection scam," said Jon Leibowitz, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission - "It's a very pernicious and innovative new fraud -"Working through call centers in India, the commission estimates that the criminals have dialed at least - million calls, persuading already cash-strapped victims to send them more than million - Some have reported receiving dozens of calls per hour - They are victims like Cindy Gervais, of New Orleans, who went online for a quick loan when her husband's car was hit by a driver who didn't have insurance -Even though she paid the loan off, the so-called "phantom" debt collectors with Indian accents began calling to say she still owed money -"He more or less told me that if I didn't pay, they were going to have someone on my doorstep to arrest me," she told ABC News - "And that they were going to contact my place of business, and tell them what kind of person I am -"At first, she said she resisted - Then the calls became more frequent, and started to ring on her cell phone, and at the grocery distribution company where she had worked for years -"I was more or less in panic mode because he told me there would be someone before noon at my place of business to arrest me and take me to jail," she said tearfully - "So I agreed to pay him -"After receiving scores of complaints, investigators with the FTC said they began tracking the calls, and following the payments - They alleged the payments led them to a California company run by an Indian-American named Kirit Patel, and that such scams would not be possible without American front men -"I would say that all roads of this scam, or many of the roads of this scam, lead back to Mr - Patel," said the FTC's Leibowitz -ABC News tracked Patel for weeks, from the suburbs of San Francisco to Austin, Texas -Patel refused to talk - But his lawyer, Mark Ellis, said he believes it is far too early to pass judgment on his client - Ellis, a Sacramento-based attorney, told ABC News that Patel was hired for a nominal fee to set up an American shell company, and had no idea what the call centers in India were doing -"I can tell you, he was as snookered by the people in India as anybody," Ellis said - "He's a -year-old man who is nearing his retirement who thought all he had to do was set up some corporations and everything was on the up and up - He's completely dismayed that he has become the lightning rod of this entire problem -"A close friend of Patel's also defended him in a brief interview at his home, saying Patel was not trying to defraud anyone -- he was just an unwitting, bit player in a larger scheme -abcnews -go -com Blotter phantom-debt-co - - ory?id

Post by DLF,

804-214-6522 I have been receiving harrasing calls from -- at work, home and my cell phone - An individual with a very heavy Indian Accent calls and sometimes says his name is Jeff Thomas or Jimmy Johnson or some other american name and claims that he is from the "legal Dept of BFF" - I am positive it is SCAM because when I started asking them questions they get very rude and indignet - they have also been calling people that  I put down as references for a payday loan that I applied for at one point -  They have threatened me by stating I will be arrested at work, and dragged away kicking and screaming and that I need to bring them money immediately - I have also reported each call to the Federal Trade Commission but nothing seems to be able to stop them from calling -

Post by GiG,

8042146522 It's all a HUGE SCAM running out of India -Just ignore all other calls -

Post by WTF,

804-214-6522 I just got a call from them while sitting at my desk and informed them that if they ever called this number again I will be pressing charges aganist the company and the man personally for harrasment -

Post by yes,

8042146522 They are coward middle easterners who wants to be U -S citizens- sorry scumbags we dont want you, in fact your own country dont want you - They hate for you to mention the police because they know their game playing is about to come to an end, see if you can harrass people from your jail cell and yes this is to you scumbags because I know you do read these - We will get the last laugh, cant wait to get this lawsuit against you lowlife scumbags -

Post by Dayana,

804-214-6522 my call came from --, they said they were calling from DFF - They said they were sending me to court for a loan i hasn't paid back from the company payday loans - These people had a very thick accent - I spoke to the police and they said that that's fraud, that it was going all over, but no matter what never to give any information over the phone -

Post by bondo daisy,

8042146522 this  number Mr Rogyer keep colling mi at work in my cell leaving messages in very broken english saying the going to be arrest in work the FBI is have at open investigation in mi name and ss  le

Post by Zilch,

804-214-6522 They won't give a mailing address -

Post by GiG,

8042146522 It's all a HUGE SCAM running out of India -Just ignore all other calls -

Post by yes,

804-214-6522 I am willing to get on this lawsuit against these nuts, they will go down in due time -

Post by tracey,

8042146522 They have been doing same to me at my work, robo calling when you hang up on them, they go by different names and change their phone numbers constantly -I see this has been going on for years with them calling people jobs constantly & read that several people has been fired because of them, luckily I have an understanding job - Dont know why these scumbags have not been caught yet but - we need a lawsuit against these low lifes - I believe they read these posts about them too so let the games begin- you picked the wrong one to mess with DFF -

Post by tracey,

804-214-6522 They have been doing same to me at my work, robo calling when you hang up on them, they go by different names and change their phone numbers constantly -I see this has been going on for years with them calling people jobs constantly & read that several people has been fired because of them, luckily I have an understanding job - Dont know why these scumbags have not been caught yet but - we need a lawsuit against these low lifes - I believe they read these posts about them too so let the games begin- you picked the wrong one to mess with DFF -

Post by eLIA,

8042146522 dO YOU ACTUALLY HAVE AN ADDRESS FOR THESE SLIME BALLS pLEASE SHARE for the rest of us who are struggling with these Jerks

Post by Alfalfa,

804-214-6522 This is a criminal extortion scam operating out of India - They are making the calls utilizing VOIP and the names of legitimate firms to make it appear the calls are originating from within the US - There is NO "company" or "debt" and you will NOT be arrested - They are harvesting and or buying consumers' personal identifying information and you need to do whatever you can to protect yourself - This includes: Notifying the FTC: https: www -ftccomplaintassistant -gov , placing fraud alerts with all three credit bureaus, notifying your bank and employer and letting these criminals know you are aware they are attempting to extort money for a non-existent debt and have alerted the authorities -Read this investigative report ABC News did on this scam:Hundreds of thousands of cash-strapped Americans have been targeted by abusive debt collectors operating out of overseas call centers suspected of links to organized crime in India, law enforcement officials told ABC News -The calls are part of a massive scam, one that appears to target struggling Americans -- especially those who have gone online to apply for payday loans - Armed with personal information from those pilfered applications, the threatening callers, who claim to be debt collectors poised to initiate legal action, have managed to pry loose millions of dollars from their victims -- even when the victims never owed money in the first place -"This is what we call a phantom debt collection scam," said Jon Leibowitz, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission - "It's a very pernicious and innovative new fraud -"Working through call centers in India, the commission estimates that the criminals have dialed at least - million calls, persuading already cash-strapped victims to send them more than million - Some have reported receiving dozens of calls per hour - They are victims like Cindy Gervais, of New Orleans, who went online for a quick loan when her husband's car was hit by a driver who didn't have insurance -Even though she paid the loan off, the so-called "phantom" debt collectors with Indian accents began calling to say she still owed money -"He more or less told me that if I didn't pay, they were going to have someone on my doorstep to arrest me," she told ABC News - "And that they were going to contact my place of business, and tell them what kind of person I am -"At first, she said she resisted - Then the calls became more frequent, and started to ring on her cell phone, and at the grocery distribution company where she had worked for years -"I was more or less in panic mode because he told me there would be someone before noon at my place of business to arrest me and take me to jail," she said tearfully - "So I agreed to pay him -"After receiving scores of complaints, investigators with the FTC said they began tracking the calls, and following the payments - They alleged the payments led them to a California company run by an Indian-American named Kirit Patel, and that such scams would not be possible without American front men -"I would say that all roads of this scam, or many of the roads of this scam, lead back to Mr - Patel," said the FTC's Leibowitz -ABC News tracked Patel for weeks, from the suburbs of San Francisco to Austin, Texas -Patel refused to talk - But his lawyer, Mark Ellis, said he believes it is far too early to pass judgment on his client - Ellis, a Sacramento-based attorney, told ABC News that Patel was hired for a nominal fee to set up an American shell company, and had no idea what the call centers in India were doing -"I can tell you, he was as snookered by the people in India as anybody," Ellis said - "He's a -year-old man who is nearing his retirement who thought all he had to do was set up some corporations and everything was on the up and up - He's completely dismayed that he has become the lightning rod of this entire problem -"A close friend of Patel's also defended him in a brief interview at his home, saying Patel was not trying to defraud anyone -- he was just an unwitting, bit player in a larger scheme -abcnews -go -com Blotter phantom-debt-co - - ory?id

Post by tracey,

8042146522 They have been doing same to me at my work, robo calling when you hang up on them, they go by different names and change their phone numbers constantly -I see this has been going on for years with them calling people jobs constantly & read that several people has been fired because of them, luckily I have an understanding job - Dont know why these scumbags have not been caught yet but - we need a lawsuit against these low lifes - I believe they read these posts about them too so let the games begin- you picked the wrong one to mess with DFF -

Post by Darrell Jones,

804-214-6522 Collection company call DFF keeps calling for an ex-employee -  They call and tie up our phone lines and are rude to administrative staff -

Post by Destiny,

8042146522 These Indian people are threatening me and calling my job back to back - The number they call from is --- they said they are collectors from DFF in Massachusetts - They are asking me for money - I dont owe them anything -

Post by Sam,

804-214-6522 For the past few days I been recieving this phone call atleast - times a day, I don't recognize the number so I didn't answer but it did left me a voicemail - Some heavy indian accent man who call himself _ Scott from Legal Dept of DFF (Detection Financial Fraud) says that I owe and what ticks me off scare me was he knows my last four digit and I didnt realize till today I been getting this harrassing phone call at work - Oh my god I was sent to the office because my receptionist says this man been calling non stop looking for me and he even harrassed her saying if they dont speak to me, they will cut down the phone line of the company so I was being questioned by my HR do I know this person or is it some kind of debt collection but I had no idea that this been going on so they are reporting this to the police which Im hoping something could be handle - This is not cool at all Im really pissed about this when I read everybody else review -

Post by notsure,

8042146522 I recieved a phone call from this company at my work - They called three times before I even got into work - When I did call them back the guy (with a thick accent) told me that I had pending charges against me and that I was facing charges for Theft, bank fraud, and something else I don't remember - I asked them for what and they said that it was from a loan that I took back in December for - and I never paid it back - I asked them to send me a formal letter and he responded that, that was not going to happen - I asked for formal documentation and I was sure what he was talking about - He said that I had to pay them - now to settle out of court - I asked for the paperwork that was submitted for the loan and he said that he did not need to provide me with anything - I told him that I needed to talk to his manager and he told me not to get an attitude with him - I explained that I was just trying to get to the bottom of this, He responded that if I did not pay that they would file the charges and I would be aressted at work - I hung up on him and they called right back - They then asked for my manager and I asked why, he said so he could let the manager know that he had a thief working for him - I refused and hung up on him again - He calle right back - This continued for about calls - During those call he threatened to visit my home to collect and to put my husband in the hospital - He called me several names and threatened me in several different ways - I was shooken up and scared - I was told to call my local police dept - and to put a fraud alert on my credit report - The call gave me all of my personal info, ssn date of birth, place of employement ect they knew everything - I have found severel websites with this same story - They said that they were a collection agency for Cashadvance -com - on Cashadvance -com there is an alert warning about this SCAM -

Post by Alfalfa,

804-214-6522 Phantom Debt Collectors From India Harass Americans, Demand MoneyBy BRIAN ROSS (@brianross) , CINDY GALLI and MATTHEW MOSK (@mattmosk) June , Hundreds of thousands of cash-strapped Americans have been targeted by abusive debt collectors operating out of overseas call centers suspected of links to organized crime in India, law enforcement officials told ABC News -The calls are part of a massive scam, one that appears to target struggling Americans -- especially those who have gone online to apply for payday loans - Armed with personal information from those pilfered applications, the threatening callers, who claim to be debt collectors poised to initiate legal action, have managed to pry loose millions of dollars from their victims -- even when the victims never owed money in the first place -"This is what we call a phantom debt collection scam," said Jon Leibowitz, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission - "It's a very pernicious and innovative new fraud -"Working through call centers in India, the commission estimates that the criminals have dialed at least - million calls, persuading already cash-strapped victims to send them more than million - Some have reported receiving dozens of calls per hour - They are victims like Cindy Gervais, of New Orleans, who went online for a quick loan when her husband's car was hit by a driver who didn't have insurance -Even though she paid the loan off, the so-called "phantom" debt collectors with Indian accents began calling to say she still owed money -He more or less told me that if I didn't pay, they were going to have someone on my doorstep to arrest me," she told ABC News - "And that they were going to contact my place of business, and tell them what kind of person I am -"At first, she said she resisted - Then the calls became more frequent, and started to ring on her cell phone, and at the grocery distribution company where she had worked for years -"I was more or less was in panic mode because he told me there would be someone before noon at my place of business to arrest me and take me to jail," she said tearfully - "So I agreed to pay him -"After receiving scores of complaints, investigators with the FTC said they began tracking the calls, and following the payments - They alleged the payments led them to a California company run by an Indian-American named Kirit Patel, and that such scams would not be possible without American front men -"I would say that all roads of this scam, or many of the roads of this scam, lead back to Mr - Patel," said the FTC's Leibowitz -ABC News tracked Patel for weeks, from the suburbs of San Francisco to Austin, Texas -Patel refused to talk - But his lawyer, Mark Ellis, said he believes it is far too early to pass judgment on his client - Ellis, a Sacramento-based attorney, told ABC News that Patel was hired for a nominal fee to set up an American shell company, and had no idea what the call centers in India were doing -"I can tell you, he was as snookered by the people in India as anybody," Ellis said - "He's a -year-old man who is nearing his retirement who thought all he had to do was set up some corporations and everything was on the up and up - He's completely dismayed that he has become the lightning rod of this entire problem -"A close friend of Patel's also defended him in a brief interview at his home, saying Patel was not trying to defraud anyone -- he was just an unwitting, bit player in a larger scheme -"If Mr - Patel was just a cog in the wheel he seems to have been a pretty big cog," Leibowitz said - "It is clear that Patel was integrally involved with this scam -"Leibowitz points to thousands of pages of financial and phone records gathered by the FTC and filed as part of a civil case brought against him in the U -S - District Court in Sacramento last month - When FTC lawyers sought to freeze his assets and prevent his business from continuing to operate, Patel responded by invoking his rights against self-incrimination - His lawyer told ABC News he has had to be careful in how he responds to the allegations in civil court "because there is a potential criminal action," but that Patel maintains the allegations against him are false -Federal investigators said the phantom debt collection operation that allegedly benefitted from Patel's assistance was one of several that all trace back to the same small town in Western India called Ahmedabad - Callers use technology to make it appear that the calls originate inside the U -S - Victims provided ABC News with recordings of dozens of the calls, and many of the thickly accented callers appear to be reading off a script -"Subpoenas have been readied, and Monday morning you're going to be picked up from your home," one caller says on a victim's voicemail - "And you have children - Don't worry about your children - We have a childcare department to take care of the children -""You will be behind bars for six months," said another caller - "And once you go behind bars, you will lose your job - Once you are behind the bars, you won't get a single drop of water -"William Peerce Howard, a Tampa attorney who represents victims of harassment from debt collectors, said it takes an especially twisted criminal to use threats and coercion to pry money from someone who is already struggling financially"These guys really are the most visible villains in America today," he said - "They make a living scaring people -"Mark Merola, of Florida, said he just panicked when the caller told him he might be arrested at the deli where he works in a Florida retirement community -"I was nervous - I didn't want to embarrass myself, my family," he said - He used his debit card to pay the collector -Afterwards, he says he realized "how stupid I was -" "It just happened so fast," he said - "I got scared -" Leibowitz said he hopes with more attention, future potential targets of the scam will recognize red flags before they turn over any money -If callers say they are from the police, consumers should know that law enforcement officers do not collect debt for private parties - If the caller is speaking with a thick Indian accent, but calls themselves by a names such as Officer Mike Johnson, that should be a tip off - And if they're calling times in two hours, that's another red flag - "Legitimate debt collectors, legitimate pay day lenders don't do those sorts of things," he said -Merola said he would like to see anyone involved in the scam prosecuted aggressively -"There's no place in society for these people," he said - abcnews -go -com Blotter phantom-debt-co - - &page

Post by yes,

8042146522 I enjoyed playing the same games with these scumbags, would make them so mad busting them out on their scam, I really enjoy pissing them off when you mention police, scam and India - Boy I would love to see the look on their faces when they get arrested because they will go down- I am investing my time and research into making that happen -

Post by yes,

804-214-6522 I am willing to get on this lawsuit against these nuts, they will go down in due time -

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