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Topic # 88512 17-Aug-2011 12:57
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we just got a message on the screen while watching sky "the standard sky message type box" telling us to call sky to confirm service an have the message removed... turning the box off an on fixed it, just wanting to know if anyone else have had this message come up before.










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  Reply # 507877 17-Aug-2011 13:05
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"Some decoders are receiving a contact us message. Turn the decoder off, then back on. If it continues, email with acc#: http://t.co/c9ksl0s"

From: http://twitter.com/SKYNZ/status/103637246044946432





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Reply # 507961 17-Aug-2011 14:37
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l43a2: we just got a message on the screen while watching sky "the standard sky message type box" telling us to call sky to confirm service an have the message removed... turning the box off an on fixed it, just wanting to know if anyone else have had this message come up before.







Oh no, the scammers have hacked into our sky decoders now.




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