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HRM CA | 11 Nov 2013, 01:00 AM Agree 0
A Toronto resident is seeking $20m for injuries sustained while creating thousands of fake dating profiles for Ashley Madison.
  • lori | 11 Nov 2013, 09:17 AM Agree 0
    i'm sorry but no way is that kind of damage caused in three weeks, this is someone looking to ride the gravy train. she was fortunate to get paid over $10,000 a week for the work she did. this is a total waste of our tax payers dollars in the judicial system !!!! disgusting !!! i am on my computer all day as are most individuals at home and i've had carpel tunnel, it doesn't occur that fast. maybe she had prior medical problems and this is her way to get a big payout from a pre-existing condition. this is just so wrong !!!
  • lori | 11 Nov 2013, 09:18 AM Agree 0
    i'm sorry but no way is that kind of damage caused in three weeks, this is someone looking to ride the gravy train. she was fortunate to get paid over $10,000 a week for the work she did. this is a total waste of our tax payers dollars in the judicial system !!!! disgusting !!! i am on my computer all day as are most individuals at home and i've had carpel tunnel, it doesn't occur that fast. maybe she had prior medical problems and this is her way to get a big payout from a pre-existing condition. this is just so wrong !!!
  • lori | 11 Nov 2013, 09:22 AM Agree 0
    This sounds like a possible pre-existing medical condition and this person is trying to ride this company's gravy train !!! disgusting, she's lucky to be paid $10,000 a week for the work she did, what a waste of tax payers dollars in the legal system. so many more important and "real" problems to be dealt with, rather than someone trying to get rich pulling a fast one like this. unfortunate !!
  • Maxine | 11 Nov 2013, 09:36 AM Agree 0
    They were going to pay her $34,000 for 3 weeks of work? That's quite the salary for a data entry position. Something is fishy about this!
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