Internet service, what a crock!
As soon as you walk into a store to get internet service, the perps already know who you are. They’ll be very polite to you because they want you to sign on. As soon as you sign on the dotted line, you’ll see the representative change into a rat. He won’t be as sweet anymore, he’ll even look at you in a different way. All he cares about is getting your business so he rat you out. Believe me, the moment you walk out of the store, the government gets all the information he has on you. What your pin number is, what type of service you got, etc. And this will happen with every internet provider you get service from.
And then you get home and you think you’re safe with a new provider. You’ll discover that the hacking that was happening before continues unabated.
There’s no way of getting around the internet providers. You need internet service, and you have to put up with all the b.s. from them.
The internet provider I had sent me a form to fill on why I cancelled my service. Of course, I wrote that the reason was hacking. I wrote that their internet service was not safe, and that they’d made it possible for hackers to get into my service by providing them with my private information. Plus they made it possible for my service to constantly be cut off. I’m sure the provider would deny that they ever did that.
I would like everyone who cancels his internet service to tell the provider why he cancelled. If you cancelled your service because of hacking, or constant cut-off of service, tell them that. If the providers get back a lot of responses about hacking, maybe they’ll stop giving out our private information.
I don’t know if these providers get a National Security Letter(NSL) from the FBI and have to give up this information, or if they decide on their own to do so when they’re requested to do so. Either way, it’s not right.
The United States government is as corrupt as it can get.
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