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Take a look at your Serialization method. Why are you creating a new list of Users, adding one user to it, and then overwriting the file you already have?

Method should do one thing and only one thing. Your Serialization method is not responsible for creating a list of users and adding users to it. It should be renamed SerializeUsersToFile and do only that job.

Maintaining a list of users should be done by your Users class. It should expose methods for adding and removing them.

Another class can be created that handles Serializing and Deserializing a Users class to the file. When you want to update the file, you call the SerializeUsersToFile method and pass the Users object to it. When you want the users to be loaded from the file, you call another method, DeserializeUsersFromFile, and it should return a populated Users object.

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