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So this guy?  life is ruined because of identity theft.  This company?  Being sued for their business practices.

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    1. Really> Couldnt find anything about that… didnt look hard… but anyone have links to him bein screwed now?

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    2. Jeremy Clarkson (the car geek and generally fat, sad middle aged, dad who thinks he’s cool) did have his details abused in a similar way, but it was funnier.

      news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7174760.stm

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    3. Shuttup! Jeremy Clarkson is freaking awesome!

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    4. He’s a spod, in 20 years they’ll be showing top gear and laughing at it in the same way we laughed at trainspotters in the 70s.

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    5. Top Gear is great and Jeremy Clarkson FTW. Now I need to get the Top Gear t-shirt.

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    6. Jeremy Clarkson is made of awesome. I suppose if you think 22 year old roid monkeys with speech impediments are cool, then yeah, he’s probably not your cup of tea. But if you think witty, sarcastic, opinionated people are the shizzle, then he’s up there at the Jack Nicholson level.

      And one must give him credit for his handling of his “identity theft” situation. He spouted off on an issue that wasn’t exactly his forte, and was proven wrong. And rather than try to spin it, back peddle or play down the what happened, he publicly admitted he was wrong and reversed his position on the issue.

      In a society that views being wrong or changing your mind as signs of a weak character (at best), that takes some serious stones.

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    7. According to Wikipedia, 25 people are using his Social Security number, and one of those people successfully got a $500 dollar loan using it. The company itself is being sued by some customers for being shitty, and is also being sued by a major credit company for false advertising.

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    8. dammit, I posted a link twice to a fairly informative article, both times it got eaten by the submit monster.

      one of the founders of the company has an injunction against him forbidding him from participating in any credit improvement businesses, and he stole his own father’s identity to get an Amex that he ran $100K up on. LifeLock’s management thinks it doesn’t matter because the guy left the company about a year ago.

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    9. “I just did it for the lulz, honestly.”
      -Todd Davis

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    10. That ad is a goddamn lie. That’s not his social security number. How do I know? Because it’s the number for my gardener, Paco.

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    11. Once again, Howie wins post of the thread. 😀

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    12. Paco doesn’t have a US SSN.

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    13. “I suppose if you think 22 year old roid monkeys with speech impediments are cool, then yeah, he’s probably not your cup of tea.”

      I don’t. I don’t even have any idea who you’re talking about. However, I do know that Jeremy Clarkson loves all the young pop tarts because he’s a sad middle aged guy who can’t admit that he got old.

      “But if you think witty, sarcastic, opinionated people are the shizzle, then he’s up there at the Jack Nicholson level.”

      He’s not even close to Jack Nicholson. As for the rest; Stephen Fry is witty, Mark Thomas is opinionated, Jeremy Paxman is sarcastic, Jeremy Clarkson, on the other hand, is a walking self parody, whose lines could be written by formula and probably are.

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    14. Do some research on the guy. It seems he’s had a history of pulling fast ones that end up blowing up in his face.

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