Originally Posted by Janon
hmm it sounds very possble foul play is at work seems hacking account than transfering there money from one account to the hackers seem like something low life would do thanks for the heads up
I don't see how they can do this. The only thing I can think of is that they look at my profile, look me up on Yahoo IM (and yes I've been logged in at YahooIM for a couple days), get my password from there somehow, and come here, look at my poker site names, and see if the same password will work at FT or PS. A lot of people use the same passwords for all, so they won't forget them. Thankfully, I do not.
Originally Posted by Zorba
There is an idiot who is hacking MSN and then asking for money to release it back to you.
Whatever you do, do not allow poker4life into your MSN or anything else.
This is no joke.
Yeah I heard about that. Sounds pretty bizarre. You'd think you could just contact Yahoo ot MSN, and let them know, and they'd have a way to figured out who's got it. Can you imagine anyone sending money to a stranger in hopes of them giving it back? Anyway, in my case, it would have to be Yahoo. I got into my divebich acct (the one I listed in my profile, and now deleted), and everything was fine. Password worked, no ransom email. Password changed. Just don't know how they're hacking Yahoo. Norton is supposedly protecting my auto-logins, but who knows. Does anyone things it works?
One strange thing that happened yesterday, and not sure this is in any way related. But this site kept logging me out. I'd have to log in again, maybe every half hour over the course of the entire moring.