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If you're in a movie that has a private investigator after you, instead I would take care of a lot of more critical things before going into the bank account at a coffee shop.

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If you're in a movie that has a private investigator after you, instead I would take care of a lot of more critical things before going into the bank account at a coffee shop.

Why do you think I'm not worried about other things? Asked about logging in to the bank account from a cafe and I answered.

And if you think you're so smart and allow yourself to write that I'm alive in a movie, then please let's hear what else to worry about

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I apologize that this is what was understood from my words, I will explain myself:

 

I did not write that you live in a movie, but "in a movie" - "is in a movie" oh means a scenario / situation or any other alternative term.

To think that a private investigator is following you is not to live in a movie, it is a realistic scenario whose fears depend on the lifestyle and situations in which they are in life.

Private investigators are also found in the lives of normative people.

 

Hope I explained myself.

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I apologize that this is what was understood from my words, I will explain myself:

 

I did not write that you live in a movie, but "in a movie" - "is in a movie" oh means a scenario / situation or any other alternative term.

To think that a private investigator is following you is not to live in a movie, it is a realistic scenario whose fears depend on the lifestyle and situations in which they are in life.

Private investigators are also found in the lives of normative people.

 

Hope I explained myself.

 

Definitely an explanation.

I will also explain: I do not think a private investigator is following me. I wrote earlier that to think that an intelligence organization like nsa is following you is indeed unfounded. A private investigator hired by someone who conflicts with you is a little less absurd.

Anyone who goes through an ugly divorce, is in a business dispute, succeeds in business, sues / is sued, etc. can be in someone's sights.

I'm not paranoid and I'm really a nerd who has not hit a fly and yet maintains basic precautionary rules. Just because I can not think of a reason someone would want to hurt me does not mean that someone else will not find either

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Although I promised silence, but one last word ...

 

If you are aware of what you are doing, and I guess all the litigants here meet this definition, he will have to hoard a few million aside for the private investigator ... 

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