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  1. #16
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    Re: Need some help.. I think someone might be trying to steal Omega65's Heat and scam

    yes, outstanding member of this and probably many other boards

    I do hope its not him
    (I highly doubt that)
    Low Speed, High Drag!
    Formerly a team 734 Folding Frog. (Might start up again soon)

  2. #17
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Wow Take a day off and all hell breaks loose...

    I am definately NOT OmegaMan65 I rarely go to Anandtech but I'm registered there as Omega65 just like I am here.

    I hope nobody fell for this guys scam.... And all emails sent to my heatware email addy have been answered

    PS Thanks for the kind words everyone
    Dell E1705
    DFI NF4 SLI-DR - Opteron 170 @ 2.5ghz - 2GB Corsair PC4400 Pro
    Asus P5N32-E SLI - E6600 - 2GB G.Skill PC2-6400


    Heatware: Omega65 163-0-0
    Ebay Feedback: Omega365 87-0-0

    Omega65 For Sale Thread:__ CPUs/Mobos/Memory/Videocards

  3. #18
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Quote Originally Posted by omega65
    Wow Take a day off and all hell breaks loose...

    Be sure to update your heatware provile with the user names that you use on the forums.





    Added ability to add forum aliases to account profile (May 18, 2005)

    HeatWare users now have the ability to create a list of forums they are members of and their username on those forums as part of their user profile for other HeatWare users to see. This feature should make it more difficult for users to pass other HeatWare accounts off as their own. Before conducting a deal with someone, ensure that the evaluation page they give you has their forum and their username in the alias list. To add aliases to your account, log-in your HeatWare account, click on 'Account' and goto 'Manage Aliases'. Note: It is strongly recommended that you add a seperate entry for each forum. Do not put your username and 'all forums'.
    Heatware Feedback 197-0-0
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  4. #19
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Real dirt bag this guy.

    Gonna move this up to the

    Bad Traders Section.



    Cheers,
    Pops.
    ....i'm much too young to be this damn old....




    ....My Mail....

    ....My Heatware....

  5. #20
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    what bad luck sorry omega, people just have to suck these days
    Low Speed, High Drag!
    Formerly a team 734 Folding Frog. (Might start up again soon)

  6. #21
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Castle Pines Parkway is about 15 minutes from me, not in a cheap area by any means, they just redid the exit for the area and all because the PGA.

  7. #22
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Quote Originally Posted by RacerX27
    Be sure to update your heatware provile with the user names that you use on the forums.

    Done!
    Dell E1705
    DFI NF4 SLI-DR - Opteron 170 @ 2.5ghz - 2GB Corsair PC4400 Pro
    Asus P5N32-E SLI - E6600 - 2GB G.Skill PC2-6400


    Heatware: Omega65 163-0-0
    Ebay Feedback: Omega365 87-0-0

    Omega65 For Sale Thread:__ CPUs/Mobos/Memory/Videocards

  8. #23
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Wali you ever need someone in your corner send 'em to me.





    Pops.
    ....i'm much too young to be this damn old....




    ....My Mail....

    ....My Heatware....

  9. #24
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    I just sent omega a heatware message to confirm whether his account has been hijacked or he's really trying to sell that stuff(I doubt it though). Hopefully he responds, and confronts the hijacker.
    Laptop = inspiron 4100 // p3-m 1.2 // 384mb pc133 // 60gb hdd // 16mb radeon // cd-rw

    Desktop = MSI Neo4F // 939 NC 3400 @ 2.4 // x800se // 2x512 bh-5 // 1x36 gb raptor // 1x100 gb deathstar // audigy plat. // 300 watt bytech psu // CoolerMaster ATC 120.

    heat:digiram , site: www.w1r3d.net

  10. #25
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    Quote Originally Posted by omega65
    Wow Take a day off and all hell breaks loose...

    I am definately NOT OmegaMan65 I rarely go to Anandtech but I'm registered there as Omega65 just like I am here.

    I hope nobody fell for this guys scam.... And all emails sent to my heatware email addy have been answered

    PS Thanks for the kind words everyone
    Didn't catch this post before sending the heatware message. Sorry Omega. I hope an idiot doesn't send that guy cash, and give you bad feedback.
    Laptop = inspiron 4100 // p3-m 1.2 // 384mb pc133 // 60gb hdd // 16mb radeon // cd-rw

    Desktop = MSI Neo4F // 939 NC 3400 @ 2.4 // x800se // 2x512 bh-5 // 1x36 gb raptor // 1x100 gb deathstar // audigy plat. // 300 watt bytech psu // CoolerMaster ATC 120.

    heat:digiram , site: www.w1r3d.net

  11. #26
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    So far it looks like it's been dealt with.
    Dell E1705
    DFI NF4 SLI-DR - Opteron 170 @ 2.5ghz - 2GB Corsair PC4400 Pro
    Asus P5N32-E SLI - E6600 - 2GB G.Skill PC2-6400


    Heatware: Omega65 163-0-0
    Ebay Feedback: Omega365 87-0-0

    Omega65 For Sale Thread:__ CPUs/Mobos/Memory/Videocards

  12. #27
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    Re: Solved >> someone tried to steal a Heatware Identity .. details inside

    cool beans

    I would have hated to you see you get a bad rap Wali
    Low Speed, High Drag!
    Formerly a team 734 Folding Frog. (Might start up again soon)

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