Urban Legends Reference Pages: Computers (Word of Mouth) Just got some SPAM (which insists it isn't SPAM... which is a good sign that something actually is SPAM!) from a similar company:



-----Original Message-----
From: ShareYourExperiences Support [mailto:experience.request@shareyourexperiences.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2004 8:39 AM
To: [my e-mail address]
Subject: Experience Request Posted

#################################Someone has just begun the process of sharing experiences and opinions about you in our experience sharing community.

This email IS NOT spam.

If this email was delivered to your bulk email or spam folder please notify your ISP or spam filtering company regarding this mistake on their part.

You may view this Request to Share Experiences here:

http://shyex.com/switch/pass.php?a=search&b=5&c=[my e-mail address]

An Experience Request is simply an indication of a user\'s interest in sharing the experiences that he or she has had with a particular individual or business. Each Experience Request has one subject (an individual or business), and the subject is identified in the Experience Request. Each Experience Request has one author, the person that wants to share his/her experiences.

If you do not want to be informed when users post Experience Requests about you in the future please add your email address to our Do Not Email List here:

http://shyex.net/switch/pass.php?a=donotemail&b=[my e-mail address]

Our Identity Protection System is a simple system in which this website sends email messages to the Experience Request author on your behalf, and vice versa. We will never reveal the identity of the Experience Request author to you, nor will it reveal your identity to the author of the Experience Request.

Regards,
SYE Support

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