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Old 06-06-2015, 10:17 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Arragonis View Post
Er, is this legal ?

Just wondering.
I would think so. I didn't use any secret squirrel back channel to check. You, or anybody else for that matter, could call base housing (assumption based on rank and moving for a promotion etc) and they would tell if that person existed/lived there or not. They wouldn't provide personal identifying information (or actual physical address, job title, rank, flight assigned to, etc, etc) and I wouldn't/couldn't have accessed it either. This is how a cell phone company or creditor would verify residency if you had an out of state licence. Pretty common deal for service men and women who bounce around the country. If he were real, this is how Verizon or Sprint would verify his residency to set up his cell phone contract when he moves to Alaska.

I was actually hoping he was real, despite all the red flags, just so I could hook an ecomodder up and help some airman sell his car.
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