guy038 last edited by guy038
Completely off-topic but a friend of mine, from Paris, sent me an e-mail, containing this wise precaution :
In the year 2020, when writing a date on an official document, be sure to write the whole year. For instance
23/01/2020, instead of
Because, in the second case, an ill-intentioned person could add
2018, etc.) and make your document null and void, or backdate an authorisation to justify a non-existent anteriority (deeds of land sale, etc.) !!
Ah ! Sorry, I gave the French date format but I suppose you’ve got the general idea ;-))
andrecool-68 last edited by andrecool-68
This letter is spam!
Such “friends” must be blocked))
I saw similar messages in paper form … 30-40 years ago
guy038 last edited by
Sorry, @andrecool-68, if this post offended you! Of course, I had no intention of posting unwanted or unsolicited information of any kind !
I just thought, that this recommendation could be useful, to everyone, during this year
I add that it seems obvious that I do not derive any profit from this action !
- Google definition of spamming :
Irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of recipients.
- Wikipedia definition of spamming :
Unsolicited, undesired, or illegal electronic or email messages
andrecool-68 last edited by
@guy038 I said that your friend does stupid things and sends you spam