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I am busy doing a server upgrade and, alas, have to wait for some domain pointing to be sorted out.

As such, you may find that some sites—such as fakecharities.org—might go offline for a short while. Fear not, they will return. And in greater numbers...

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AMcGuinn said…
I would have gone with "stronger than you can possibly imagine"
Hoby said…
.."MORE POWERFUL than you can possibly imagine" if we're being completely accurate ..
Call me Infidel said…
Bugger I needed to check on a bogus charity. Thanks for the heads up though.
Anonymous said…
I registered a fake charity but it didn't show up. Are you getting the registrations? Found another one the other day. It's those people who M&S use to scam money for plastic bags from us. They got £42 million from Hazel Blears' department.

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