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I've subscribed to an important music sharing & community website based in the UK. I have there a profile and an inbox where you can send & receive mails between the members.
What happened is that all the mails between me & my girlfriend have been given to her ex-boyfriend on his request to someone he knows in the website staff.
This has caused serious damages and the ending of our relationship because of the pressure her ex boyfriend placed on her.
Thanks for your advice on the action to be done.

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