People getting their accounts compromised (please don't use the term hacked, you weren't hacked, that's just sensational) is so commonplace today, and will forever be common due to how computer illiterate people are when it comes to security, that people should just keep it personal and deal with business to get things restored. We don't need to know about it. Youre not offering any public service announcement.
It's like if everytime someone ran out of gas on the freeway and posted on the Internet that their brand of car ran out of gas. We don't care, it happens daily to many people, and if you took the right precautions it would not have happened in the first place.
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