FCC Is FINALLY Trying To Solve The Problem...
- The FCC is starting to take the stance that the phone carriers share
a certain amount of responsibility on the whole pretexting issue. I
have always been of the opinion that the best way to solve the
problem of personal data "theft" is to go to the root of the problem
and hold the people that are supposed to be safeguarding the data
accountable. It looks like the FCC is starting to share this same
line of thought.
FCC Article URL: http://tinyurl.com/2qzvv8
Risk Management Research & Investments, Inc.
2101 W. Broadway PMB 326, Columbia, MO. 65203
Phone: (888) 571-0958 Fax: (877) 795-9800 Cell Phone: (573) 529-0808
"He Who Forgets, Will Be Destined To Remember"
- Roger That Rick,
They finally see the fact that if you point one finger at someone you
have Four Fingers being pointed back at you. It is about time they
figured out that little fact.
All the best Ricky and Group,
MAGNUS PROCESS SERVING
Bryan McManis, BSBA, CPS, CLP
Certified and Bonded Process Server # 04-3-7
Fifth Judicial Circuit Court Ocala , Marion County Florida
4508 SE 2nd PL
Ocala , FL 34471
Member of: N.A.P.P.S. Member of: N.A.I.S. Member of: I.P.S.A. Member
Graduate of Florida Institute of Criminal Justice
Graduate of Detective Training Institute
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ricky Gurley" <rmriinc@...>
> The FCC is starting to take the stance that the phone carriers
> a certain amount of responsibility on the whole pretexting issue. Iproblem
> have always been of the opinion that the best way to solve the
> problem of personal data "theft" is to go to the root of the
> and hold the people that are supposed to be safeguarding the data
> accountable. It looks like the FCC is starting to share this same
> line of thought.
> FCC Article URL: http://tinyurl.com/2qzvv8
> Risk Management Research & Investments, Inc.
> 2101 W. Broadway PMB 326, Columbia, MO. 65203
> Phone: (888) 571-0958 Fax: (877) 795-9800 Cell Phone: (573) 529-0808
> "He Who Forgets, Will Be Destined To Remember"
- Dear Members,
I am tracking a man who left Cuba to marry his bride of Guipuscoa Spain (1986). Marriage went south and he was deported from Spain back to Cuba. Cuba refused to let him back into the country in 23/06/1992.
The last time he was heard from was in the Dominican Republic (he called his mother in 1993). I am conducting a search currently in the DR to find him. My gut feeling tells me he would have tried to
enter the United States through political asylum. I have always thought that Cubans had no problem entering the US politically.
One of the reasons he was deported from Spain was he had failed to file the proper residence papers partially due to a learning disorder on the lines of dyslexia. Does anyone know of a data base or source to ascertain if a subject has been granted political asylum? I roll out a welcome mat to anyone with knowledge or advice in immigration/asylum.
Telstar Investigations Inc.
License id# 11-2413(VA-DCJS)
5429 Mapledale Plaza
Dale City VA 22193
866 845 2401 (Toll Free)
703 878 7800
484 902 6700 efax
Former Virginia Deputy Sheriff(10 Years)
INTERNATIONAL OFFICE: Dominican Republic
Local 313 (Buzon #125)
809 736 7463
809 757 3622 (Cell)
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