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Re: How to (Accidentally) Give Someone Else Your PayPal Account
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2018, 09:27:09 PM »
Obvious - but a good warning nonetheless. We're all getting older and I've been known to fat finger inputs occasionally.

My current email is silvermn@verizon.net. Notice that there's no "a" in silvermn. That's because at the time, (I was an early adapter) Verizon could only handle email that was no longer then 8.3. Now of course they can handle much longer names and I occasionally have people try to contact me who've stuck the "a" in. And then they're shocked when I don't reply.

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