• Some guy (unregistered)

    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension

  • blank (unregistered)

    important updates to this comment can be found on the website. http://

    (Askimet gains another unfan)

  • Dani (unregistered) in reply to Some guy
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
    With two different messages from the sender
  • Dereleased-work (unregistered) in reply to Some guy
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
    Somebody's process went pop.
  • frits (cs)

    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.

  • @Deprecated (cs) in reply to Dani
    Dani:
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
    With two different messages from the sender

    And two slightly different images.

  • Wonk (unregistered)

    Bah. The banks have to assess how much they can gouge you for, before they actually come out with the amount. Kind of like how used car salesmen always open with the question "How much are you willing to spend?", so they know what sort of commission they are shooting for. Don't any of you know how banks work these days?

  • C-Octothorpe (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
  • airdrik (unregistered)

    They just wanted to make sure that you have a copy that you can print out and tape to your monitor so that you don't forget your password.

    You could also argue that this is a security mechanism against someone trying to hijack your account and change your password without you knowing it, in which case there should be a link somewhere for reporting unauthorized password changes (which also allows you to set up a new password, which leads to yet another e-mail with your new extra-secure password for you to print out and tape to your monitor)

  • steenbergh (cs)

    That patient portal is so secure that they can't disclose the location.

  • frits (cs) in reply to C-Octothorpe
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM machine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
    The first mispelling was intentional. Too subtle?
  • airdrik (unregistered) in reply to @Deprecated
    @Deprecated:
    Dani:
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
    With two different messages from the sender

    And two slightly different images.

    Same notification sent to two (well, probably a lot more than two) different people, which two different people submitted it to tdwtf, and since Alex never checks for duplicate entries (another WTF altogether that has been reported many times) they both ended up on today's Error'd.

  • C-Octothorpe (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM machine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
    The first mispelling was intentional. Too subtle?
    No, I got that. I guess my response was too obvious?
  • dep (unregistered)
    Nick Hartley:
    do I owe them nothing or not?

    Yes - as stated, you owe them $0.00. The good news is, you don't need to pay since the service is Free.

  • Omega (unregistered)

    All the Lenovo drivers seem to work that way. The installer you thought you were running was just an overly fancy archive extractor that extracted the installer to a temp^H^H^H^Hpermanent location on the hard drive.

  • dep (unregistered)
    Petr O:
    I wonder what the interest for $0 USD is going to be

    None - as stated, you owe them nothing. The bad news is, you need to have paid this in the year double-zero.

  • Ozz (unregistered)

    Let me guess: The real WTF is Micro$oft Office. Amirite?

  • Justice (cs)

    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

  • Nagesh (unregistered) in reply to Justice
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

    I think he was trying to install MS Project over an Office installation. Project is not part of Office. And it is not unusual to have Access installation separate from office installations. Also, you should be able to install different versions of Office on the same machine. I have done this in the past.

  • toshir0 (cs)

    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen picture... ?! wtf !

    So it was not a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : oh Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.

  • C-Octothorpe (cs) in reply to toshir0
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was not a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : oh Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.

    U on drugs, bro?

  • Hat3r (unregistered) in reply to C-Octothorpe
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm

    Return to your basement

  • frits (cs) in reply to C-Octothorpe
    C-Octothorpe:
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was not a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : oh Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.

    U on drugs, bro?
    Who isn't?

  • boog (cs) in reply to Hat3r
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
  • frits (cs) in reply to boog
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
  • C-Octothorpe (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?

  • boog (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    If so, then not a very good one. The programmer who designed it must be dumber than a bag of hammers.
  • JB (unregistered)

    I'm shocked no one has commented on the Redbud sign.

  • boog (cs) in reply to JB
    JB:
    I'm shocked no one has commented on the Redbud sign.
    You'll be more shocked to realize that someone already did, even if the comment was bizarre and telling.
  • F (unregistered) in reply to Nagesh
    Nagesh:
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

    I think he was trying to install MS Project over an Office installation. Project is not part of Office. And it is not unusual to have Access installation separate from office installations. Also, you should be able to install different versions of Office on the same machine. I have done this in the past.

    Welcome to the future.

  • Ol Bob (cs) in reply to C-Octothorpe
    C-Octothorpe:
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was not a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : oh Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.

    U on drugs, bro?

    Ty: You take drugs, Danny? Danny: Every day. Ty: Good. Then what's your problem? Danny: <shrugs> I dunno...<p> <p>:-)</p> <p>More pertinently, perhaps - it looks like the amount of the fee overflowed the field, so I'd guess the fee is over $100. Thank G(h)od the bank isn't gouging you for using their effing machine!</p> </shrugs>

  • Gary (unregistered) in reply to dep
    dep:
    Nick Hartley:
    do I owe them nothing or not?
    Yes - as stated, you owe them $0.00. The good news is, you don't need to pay since the service is Free.
    No you don't not owe them nothing. But dep has it backwards. They told you it was free, so you should have known you would be expected to pay $0.00. Don't blame others if you can't be bothered to read the fine print.
  • Fred (unregistered)

    Look, it's a pink tree. No one's going to want that in their yard, except maybe that zune retard. But once you get one you can't remove it: they tell you right up front DO NOT REMOVE. So I'd avoid it if I were you.

  • Jeff (unregistered)

    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being emailed.

  • Automated Message Notification (unregistered)

    This is an important message notification from the .

    THE CAKE IS A LIE!

    Please visit us online at http:// and click on Patient Portal to view the update.

    Please do not reply to this message. All replies must be made via our secure web portal.

  • boog (cs) in reply to Fred
    Fred:
    But once you get one you can't remove it: they tell you right up front DO NOT REMOVE.
    That's just for the test tree.

    I don't think I'd get a test tree anyway - I'd buy one from production.

  • boog (cs) in reply to Jeff
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
  • Carl (unregistered)

    The service suspension message says please contact us as soon as possible... by replying to noreply@fetch.io?

  • PedanticCurmudgeon (cs) in reply to toshir0
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was not a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : oh Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.

    Someone needs to get outside more often.

  • Jeff (unregistered) in reply to boog
    boog:
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
    Are you suggesting teh evil hakkerz will use something else to snoop my password? Is there something else?
  • Todd (unregistered)

    Just like no two fingerprints are the same, no two installations of Lenovo Fingerprint Software are ever the same. So you may want to install it as many times as it takes to get a working version.

  • Nagesh (unregistered) in reply to C-Octothorpe
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?

    Sory ur primative brane canot be understanding our enginutiy.

  • Daniel (unregistered)

    Well, Brendan, did you go online as you were instructed? And did you click on Patient Portal? Don't blame your inability to follow a simple procedure on others. Sounds to me like you do have a sleephealth problem after all.

    (You mean your computer doesn't automatically go to our portal when you click on the intertube thingie? Mine does. And I thought everybody's computer would work just like mine.)

  • foo (unregistered) in reply to frits
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Yeah, I wasn't aware that Ryanair operates ATMs.
  • foo (unregistered) in reply to frits
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    It's an RAS ysndrome fee.
  • psuedonymous (unregistered)
    Assess fee
    You keep using that word. I don't think it means what you think it means.
  • notromda (cs)

    Looks like a redbud tree to me. We have lots of them around here. Very pretty in spring.

  • Bob (unregistered) in reply to Justice
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.
    Yeah, what he's doing sounds like an unusual edge case. Besides, you'd only expect major software vendors to bother with things like making installers compatible with various different configurations of their own previous products.

    Oh wait...

  • Faithful Disciple of Zuninism (unregistered) in reply to Hat3r
    Hat3r:
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm

    Return to your basement

    <span style="color:white;"><blindinghypocrisy></blindinghypocrisy></span> Must you go on fucking this dead whore? <span style="color:white;"></span> I'd like to see you turn into a real flamer, but you're just not putting in the time and effort. I'm getting really disappointed.

  • boog (cs) in reply to Jeff
    Jeff:
    boog:
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
    Are you suggesting teh evil hakkerz will use something else to snoop my password? Is there something else?
    Despite what you may infer, I didn't suggest anything - my correction only asserted that Outlook was responsible for removing the extra line breaks.

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