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Re. Britain's O2 Apparent Con

Reader comment on item: UK Internet Providers Block Me: O2, Sky, Three

Submitted by Bryan Taplits (United States), Nov 13, 2016 at 19:31

Dr. Pipes:

I really do enjoy your observations and commentary on middle eastern affairs, but don't you think that the fact that a credit card is required (especially by under 18 unsophisticates) argues for the probability that this whole scenario is just a con job so that the site can get credit card information?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Yes, there is something odd about O2, which already has the credit card information, asking for it again.

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