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  1. Is this info still available? May i get a link to the files? PM me the link please..
  2. Is this info still available? May i get a link to the files? I liked your comment
  3. This requires a few simple steps.. 1. Visit this website: https://www.sfcollege.edu/admissions/index 2. Look For the 'Apply' button and click on it. 3. Then go to start new application. 4. Select U.S Citizen and fill up all the forms. *For the addresses, I recommend you use some from google maps. You can search for apartment addresses and use them. *Fake addresses generated from FakeName or any other site are not recommended. *Use a working gmail address when required. This will be used to send you your SF ID required for future logins * If asked for SSN, use this https://www.ssn-verify.com/generate Email activation will take a few minutes (90 minutes max) as stated in their FAQ's, but when this has been done the Email icon at the top will now be clickable. https://prnt.sc/shcsvr Then you will be redirected to outlook and start using your edu email! https://prnt.sc/shcu3t Repeat this process and you will have as many edu emails as you want and even start your own .EDU business.
  4. can i get a link to this info, i have a good link to some hacking tools in return? or is there a guide you are searching for just ask
  5. The same way everybody else does: They buy them at a store. Actually, multiple stores across a wide area or several states , if possible. Why? Purchasing from a single retailer increases the chances that your phones will be tracked back to that store and the police or feds will simply stake out that store or obtain video of you (or your subordinates) making the purchases of the phones. The same goes for buying them from a single wholesaler. There's an additional problem that comes when the wholesaler is confronted by the authorities and is "compelled" to provide you with either a "cloned phone" (a phone held by the authorities that shows your activity on the phone that you have) or even a bugged one. Bulk purchases attract attention. If a single person buys too many phones, the retailer or wholesaler might contact the police themselves and report this. Buying large quantities of phones and transporting them is not illegal. However, if you are seen leaving a store with dozens of phones and you are stopped by the police, you might be questioned about this. While that may not cause them to detain or arrest you, you will have unfortunately now come up on their radar. If you are depending upon a single source, then if your source runs out phones, your plans may go awry. It's usually done by sending out a group of people to buy 3 or 4 at a time from different stores in different areas and city's from where they will be used , usually Tracfone's for $9.99 (the cheaper the phone the better) BC you don't want the phone to do ANYTHING but make outgoing and receive incoming calls. No Texting!! If the phone by chance has a camera on it cover it with a dot of tape. The phones are then activated from a PC with a untraceable ip address or from a land line that has no connection to you. Then the phones are handed out to people in your network. The phones are usually disassembled and the Sim card and phone are destroyed (Hence Burned) after the time runs out and the process starts all over. Note: people associate these phones with drug dealing and criminal activity.While this is true there are people who go through these lengths as means of protecting they're privacy. Some people (especially older and wealthy people) do not like that we live in such an information era. Keep in mind there was no internet before 1995 and it's scary knowing some hacker may be following your every move and listening to your private conversations. I know millionaires who carry $10 Tracfone's only. So burners are not just limited to illegal activity.
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