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I hope this is the correct forum its a sicurity issue so I hope so,,, Any way I will make this as brief as possible I no little about coms so I will do my best. I am a poker player and as such attempted to get free poker bonuses from a website LtdPOker.com, if you sign up with them they get you free money for certain poker sites. Anyway I visited there live help with a query to me met with a rude person who baisicly came near to acuseing me of fraudulent activity. Seemingly 10 accounts had been registered with them all with my IP address , I was pretty mad with there tone but in the end i was told it was my problem and was abruply cut off. I emailed them demanding details and explanation, no joy. Now I havnt opened any accounts with this site up till the one I opened just now, and noone else has access to this com. I am with AOL who I will be contacting ASAP to see if they can help,,, I have a sicure wireless network I am told , 1 desktop com which I am on now and a laptop which I rarely use. Please can anyone shed some light on how this site can be associating me with all these other accounts that have been opened with seemingly my IP address. I know roughly what an IP address is , but I cant see how someone else could use mine to open 10 accounts with this site. I thank you for your help..
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