my administrator is my hackers he took all my info and now its handeling all my bussines how ever he wants how the hell i stop this crazy person and maybe put him in jail


my administrator is my hackers he took all my info and now its handeling all my bussines how ever he wants how the hell i stop this crazy person and maybe put him in jai;

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2016-03-13 16:54
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Comment of guy silver rikard:
darlin all you have to have to do is get copys of any al all proof ... show moreof what this person is doing like coppys of what he is passing around get written statements from your co workers and those around you aware of the situation any video or audio recordsings. also maybe talk to h.r. of your company. and if they choose nto to do anything about it then do 2 things 1. go file a police repoirt and 2 get a lawyer and file carges of stalking defamation of charector emaiul me if you have any other questions guysilverrikard@gmail.com
Added at: 2016-03-24 08:09

Comment of Gropius:
You're the problem. You. Not your admin. You.
Added at: 2017-07-01 01:19

Comment of Marc Teitelbaum:
To Gropius: Rarely do I waste time commenting on such extremest uninformed comments such as yours, but ... show moreI do this is for the sake of the original poster. Now, to start, this original statement may not belong here, but it's not a simple "how do I adjust my monitors contrast" posted in an "info about sewing machines" newsgroup. Also, it *may* be that the original poster is the one off kilter -- but then again, it *may* not be: It just may be that the poster speaks/writes English as a second language, AND may be new to computers. On the off chance that there is a real issue underneath the somewhat confused writing, wouldn't it be safer to either offer *no* comment, or take the time to redirect the person and offer somewhat useful general advice, such as "guy silver rikard" did (and thank you, guy.) Now I'm not perfect - and in my younger days I've been guilty of "writing before thinking" many times; that's why I feel compelled to warn you that such bursts of attempted public humiliation can sometimes come back to haunt you. I speak from experience: sure were things I posted I wished I could take back, but trust me: only back in the days of President Richard M. Nixon could one make sure "20 seconds of audio on mag tape" be reliably erased by ones secretary/accessory. These days of the internet, the cell phone, and the NSA -- pretty much everything one writes or says stays around forever to haunt, amuse, or prevent us from getting some job later in life. Just food for thought... Take care, Marc T.
Added at: 2018-04-04 05:06