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Oh dear, oh dear. Readers of Dr Keyboard's letters section in the Interface section of Monday's Times would have been surprised when Doc Keyboard recommended Moneyworld as a personal finance website. Of course, Moneyworld.co.uk is an excellent personal finance site. Moneyworld.com, on the other hand, isn't. Not unless you're interested in investing in Live Sex from Amsterdam or watching some clothing-deficient lady "go all the way". We hope no one has got into bother over this one. After all, it's an easy mistake to make - especially if your eye sight is faltering or the hair on your palms gets in the way. Disclaimer: We were alerted to this porn-pushing mishap by an eagle-eyed reader who noticed a small correction in today's Times. Sadly, after a thorough hunt, we realised we'd been too damn efficient for our own good and chucked Monday's issue away. Thus, there remains a very slim chance that The Times actually recommended Moneywank.co.uk, Honeyworld.co.uk or some other form of typo error URL. ®

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