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  1. Ultimately, you will have to change to a different carrier, get a new phone number, don't transfer the old one, and set your phone so as not to send your phone number to the recipient's "Caller i.d.). I would suggest that you use a prepaid phone like "TracPhone" for several months before going back on to a regular carrier like Verizon and to go through several different, and not connected to each other, phone numbers in the interim. Save everything in the way of stored date to a separate flash drive so that you will be able to access it in the future, but DO NOT LOAD ANYTHING FROM THE OLD PHONE, OR TRANSFER ANYTHING FROM THE OLD SIM CARD. Just keep what you need in that removable drive, and store the drive in something like a gun safe or similar security device. I have sometimes told clients without security devices to load it on a non-sensitive temperature medium, and put that in their refrigerator or freezer until they need it. Finally, and this can be a bit pricey, but find a professional who can put your vehicle up on a lift and carefully examine it for the presence of an installed GPS TRACKING DEVCE. If you do find one, don' remove it immediately, first drive out on an interstate highway in a direction that would indicate that you are leaving town for a while and then reach up and remove the GPS Tracking Device. If you think that you can get away with it, just stick it on someone else's RV or semi-trailer. This will probably drive someone insane for a few days trying to figure out what is going on. I once stuck one on a freight car on a siding waiting to be hooked up to a westbound train. It was in intermodal carrier and I know it was put on a ship in the L.A., CA port. Never heard another word about being surveilled again.
  2. I am not sure if it is just me, but so far PC Matic has done nothing for me other than blocking everything I try to do with my computer. I can't get anything to be allowable on the "Whitelist", I am constantly having to turn off "Super Shield" and try to get something to work until I either give up or do something by mistake that lets me get through it. I am sure that PC Matic is probably stopping viruses, malware, etc. because it stops everything. I have the Evergreen Plan because this software came highly recommended, but an application that constantly obstructs me at virtually every turn and treats me as the virus and which becomes more problematic with each new thing I try to do has me questioning my decision to purchase it. I wonder if I am the only one that is having this problem and if someone with more computer knowledge than I have has come up with a solution. The only thing worse than the obstructive product behavior is the poorly constituted "Technical (NON-)Support. There is no "interactive technical support" (Heck it won't even let me turn off the bold underline in italics now???) I had to add an emoji just to get out of the bold underline italic font) but continuing, no phone or "Chat" mechanism to get any real help, all I can do is sent them an email, hope they understand exactly what my problem is as if this is not the case, well it is back to the email exchange of corrections because the answer that they send did not apply to the problem I asked about but I had no way of explaining that problem directly with Tech Support. Hopefully, someone else will post a solution to this problem, or else I will just have to uninstall PC Matic, or disable it as I try to get access to what I need when I need it, and just risk a possible ransom demand, virus or malware until I finish up what is needed to be done, which means that I will have to devote >1 hour to find a work-around and then another >1 hour fussing with PC Matic just to get it either "Enabled" or to reinstall it. (another emoji just to get out of bold underline. Surely someone has a solution to these problems, but that someone is not me
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