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Victim of Identity Theft--I am NOT Asking for Money

Dear Subscribers,

God bless you and I'm very sorry to inform you that my former email address, "jesse.smith11@sbcglobal.net" was hacked due to AT&T's data leak back in March. I'm a victim of identity theft.


I have lost access to this email account and now the hacker is using my former email address to ask people for money. I'm heartbroken. I've never asked anyone for money, and never plan to by the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ.


I'll never use the "sbcglobal.net" email again. I'll use my iCloud email from now on: jesse.smith11@icloud.com.


We had a visitor visit our church today and he was scammed out of $250 last week because he thought it was me asking for money, but it was not me asking for money.


So please, if you know anyone who knows me and says I was emailing and asking for money, please tell them that my identity was stolen and I'm not asking anyone for money.


This hacker has used my "sbcglobal" email as well as my PayPal account to asking people for money, and try to refund money people have sent me, requesting that they resend me the money to the "sbcglobal" email since the hacker now has full control over that account.


It's been an awful two weeks, but God's mercy is sufficient. I'm very sad, but I'm trusting God will bring this sinful, lying thief to full repentance. May God have mercy on his soul.


Here are screenshots of what his emails look like, bad grammar and all:




Again, I'm so sorry to have to share this, but God allowed it and all things work together for good to them that the love the LORD.


God Bless You,

Brother Jesse




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