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November 29, 2009


Andrey Nagorny

Dear John,

Thanks for sharing this. The same happened to me on Nov 26th. My twitter account was hacked. I clicked on a link from someone I follow (heydaysstudio - a design firm in Oslo, Norway, which is a legitimate company who also became a victim of this scam). The very same day my account was hacked and IQ test spam message was sent from my account to all my followers. It took me almost a day to clean up all this mess and apologize to all my followers for this spam message.

I have reset my twitter password and it seems like everything is
OK now. So, if you haven't done so, please reset your password
asap. If you have any new info about this IQ test spam, I would
love to hear it and would gladly contribute my time in helping FTC anyway I can to track these scammers down.


Andrey Nagorny
Creative Director

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