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Old May 2nd, 2020, 05:05   #11
IndigoBlueWagon
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I recently saw one of these emails in my spam folder, didn't occur to me that it might be from here. I wasn't terribly concerned about it. Honestly, we all have to operate on the assumption that any site we visit, any computer we use on a network, and our phones can be compromised at any time. Use good practices regarding usernames, passwords, and two factor authentication, and you'll minimize your exposure. That's really the best you hope for. My username and password here is unique to this site, and there's no type of payment processing done here (PayPal doesn't count). So I'm OK with continuing to visit TDIClub.com.

Those of you that visit idparts.com may have noticed we have a new store platform. Although it provides a lot of improvements we wanted on our shopper experience, the big motivator for the upgrade is improved security. It's an ongoing effort.
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