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    thewikipost.org is a scam.
    I was trying to fix my WD passport external harddrive with this link: http://thewikipost.org/topic/NyRb5OV...my-laptop.html

    However, the website gives me a download link recommendation to download reimage software, and I actually installed it.

    The program will cost $50 and it will destroy your computer as commented by many people in this link.
    Beware.

    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2331883,00.asp

    Even if you go to the main website homepage thewikipost.org, they still recommend you to download the reimage software.

    BEWARE. I don't know what they put into my system when I installed it. I hope it isn't viruses etc.

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    Re: thewikipost.org

    Quote Originally Posted by greatusername View Post
    thewikipost.org is a scam.
    I was trying to fix my WD passport external harddrive with this link: http://thewikipost.org/topic/NyRb5OV...my-laptop.html

    However, the website gives me a download link recommendation to download reimage software, and I actually installed it.

    The program will cost $50 and it will destroy your computer as commented by many people in this link.
    Beware.

    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2331883,00.asp

    Even if you go to the main website homepage thewikipost.org, they still recommend you to download the reimage software.

    BEWARE. I don't know what they put into my system when I installed it. I hope it isn't viruses etc.
    Thank you for this warning. This is a devious scam that most people would not catch.

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    Re: thewikipost.org

    Quote Originally Posted by greatusername View Post
    thewikipost.org is a scam.
    I was trying to fix my WD passport external harddrive with this link: http://thewikipost.org/topic/NyRb5OV...my-laptop.html

    However, the website gives me a download link recommendation to download reimage software, and I actually installed it.

    The program will cost $50 and it will destroy your computer as commented by many people in this link.
    Beware.

    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2331883,00.asp

    Even if you go to the main website homepage thewikipost.org, they still recommend you to download the reimage software.

    BEWARE. I don't know what they put into my system when I installed it. I hope it isn't viruses etc.
    This needs to go on reddit and every IT and PC Forum ASAP imo.

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