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We would like to thank to Jose Rendon Gonzales, Harry J Hightower, Leigh Clark and Peter Herngaard for donating to Wincert.net.

With these funds we will cover our site expenses.

 

Kind regards,

Nik

 

 

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Thanks to <redacted> for donating $15 to WinCert.net! Edited by ricktendo
ricktendo removed name as requested by donor

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Thanks to BYTE-ME for donating $15 to WinCert.net Edited by ricktendo
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Happy to support the site but please remove my real name. Thanks.

 

Sorry for that. We'll stop doing this.

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Hope this post approved.  I just bribed you with $30.00 and the wallet moths put up a hell of a fight.

 

Oh, yes.  The post.  That was it.

 

May the 4th be with you.

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Hope this post approved.  I just bribed you with $30.00 and the wallet moths put up a hell of a fight.

 

Oh, yes.  The post.  That was it.

 

May the 4th be with you.

Hi FJMcNasty.

Thanks a lot for your kind help!

 

Nik

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