Hardware Recovery Company

Alejandro Imass ait at p2ee.org
Tue May 24 03:37:59 UTC 2011

On Sat, May 21, 2011 at 3:14 PM, Julian H. Stacey <jhs at berklix.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Reference:
>> From:         Alejandro Imass <ait at p2ee.org>
>> Date:         Fri, 20 May 2011 11:08:21 -0400
>> Message-id:   <BANLkTikM6aSm5UdDRyhQMb3W_rUxvd45mw at mail.gmail.com>

> Announcing you'r thinking if suing the 1st rescuer,
> might make some people might be nervous in being 2nd rescuer.


Yeah, really didn't think of that, I'm just so pissed that I think
we're willing to pay the extra forensic work to find out. You know,
when you have that feeling that someone took you as stupid, and these
cases of desperation people tend to make mistakes like I did, instead
of doing some background search, you immediately fall victim of con
artists, like I __just know__ these guys are.

I mean the flashy Web site, the first google sponsored link, the
insistence on not dropping off the dirve (which I did and really did
not feel comfortable with the installations, you know, but with the
desperation we all tend to fall victims to these fraudulent mock ups),
I guess I just wanted to be wrong. Then the technical mumbo-jumbo, the
long delays, you know it all adds up man. I honestly think these
people ripped me off _a lot of money_ that you have to commit up
front. It's just a freaking scam and I would like to blow their cover
and shut the down. We should never let people screw us like this.

> You could look at man fsdb

It's a clear hardware failure.

> Cheers,
> Julian
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