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March 01, 2017, 06:44:27 AM
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Here is my trust page where DiscoverCebu falsely claimed that somebody had bought my account.

Here is a very old thread I made where you can see that I created my own github page. There are enough quotes and posts on that thread that you can easily tell it was not edited later.

Here is a page I created on that website to prove that I still and have always owned this account.

I am not extremely concerned about this, but I wanted to be able to have a post to point to where I have proof that this has always been my account.

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March 01, 2017, 10:28:56 PM
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In order to completely verify that you're the original owner (or very close to it), you can put today's date on the txt file in the github.io page linked, and include a signed message from this post.
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March 02, 2017, 06:21:39 AM
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In order to completely verify that you're the original owner (or very close to it), you can put today's date on the txt file in the github.io page linked, and include a signed message from this post.
There is no need to put anything on 'github.io'. He/she can post a a signed message from any posted old address here and it would be just fine. OP should just make sure that the post in question is optimally unedited.


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March 03, 2017, 03:56:32 AM
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In order to completely verify that you're the original owner (or very close to it), you can put today's date on the txt file in the github.io page linked, and include a signed message from this post.
There is no need to put anything on 'github.io'. He/she can post a a signed message from any posted old address here and it would be just fine. OP should just make sure that the post in question is optimally unedited.

But to make 100% sure txt file in the github.io will be good to go.
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