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  Reply # 1926005 28-Dec-2017 10:56
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andrewNZ: is this thread going anywhere good?

 

Nope. Seems to be on a slow but steady spiral downwards.


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  Reply # 1926006 28-Dec-2017 10:56
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andrewNZ: is this thread going anywhere good?

 

Same place #2's goes

 

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  Reply # 1926011 28-Dec-2017 10:58
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OP. The only thing likely to happen if you continue, is you get yourself banned from another forum.

You came for help and you've got it, you just don't like the answer.

It might be time to step back and reflect on all these events.
If the same problem happens everywhere you go, it is likely the problem lies with you.

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  Reply # 1926054 28-Dec-2017 11:36
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BarTender:

 

I think we have all established the only avenue the OP has is via the authorities, so perhaps this thread could get moved to Broadband or Off Topic? As this has nothing to do with Spark even if the individual is a Spark customer or perhaps the troll is using a hacked Spark broadband customers connection.

 

I've moved this to Off Topic. I don't think it has anything to do with any NZ ISP. For all we know somebody could be running a TOR exit node on their home connection.





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  Reply # 1926056 28-Dec-2017 11:36
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I'd agree with that advice.

 

Unless he's looking to contact someone from Spark to assist with his issue, I dunno where this thread can go now.


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quickymart:

 

I'd agree with that advice.

 

Unless he's looking to contact someone from Spark to assist with his issue, I dunno where this thread can go now.

 

 

I'd vote for closing it, it seems to me to be one person's rant thread than a discussion topic


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