Apologies: We’ve Been Hacked!
Those of you who have been with Shutterbug for awhile know that we neither employ nor condone these types of unscrupulous practices, and we hope all readers will accept our apologies if you received one of these telephone solicitations. This activity first came to our attention earlier this month, and our legal team is working diligently to identify the culprits and put an end to their harassment of our readers.
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