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  1. The fake site is still up and running. Judging by the poor grammar and the awful layout and design of the site pages, I would guess the culprits are scammers in a third world country. Looks very similar to Nigerian email scammers.

  2. It is remarkable that the fake Delta pet site is still up on the web. Is it that hard to take down a fraudulent website? If is is, why aren’t there more fraudsters doing what the Delta pet fraudsters are doing? Seems like it would be more profitable than most of the stuff that’s out there.

  3. I don’t understand what you’re saying about Elaine Chao, but she was an upstanding board member of Wells Fargo during the fake accounts fiasco and is still receiving millions from them while temporarily doing her public service.

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