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wow thats a scary thought.... we really have no control over how a company runs their copy machine, and where it goes after that.
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I guess I just never really thought that these machines had hard drives that kept all info on them. And to think about it after watching it, makes you think that heck all scammers got to do is buy those machines, and stop calling people and using the internet to steal info. Hopefully something happens to where they make it in which you should have to destroy that info.
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