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Monday, October 10, 2016



You state that you "expect that Ruddie will prove a slippery character – the home page of his 'Profile Defenders' web site provides a New York City street address that appears to be phony . . . and both the Linked In and Google profiles of Profile Defenders show a Washington, D.C. address that does not exist."

Have you considered contacting him at 12 SE 10th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301? That is the address used by the Oberman Law Firm. I would assume Patel got the address in the course of his business with Ruddie. Looking at the address on Google street view, it appears to be a small house in a residential area unlike the grandiose fake addresses used by the company.

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