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This email was from an outfit called "ShareYourExperiences", which appears
to be a spammer among other disreputable activities.  Here are two pages
describing them:

In regard to whether they might demonstrate a "useful approach", I don't
think I would use that description for a service designed to allow people
to defame one another anonymously.

Ed Peay

At 06:39 PM 04-06-04, you wrote:
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>Dear All,
>Got this, this morning. Odd looking thing - some kind of reputation
>assessment system. Trouble is the email address concerned is an old
>one and you can't really get any info without "joining". Does anybody
>who studies these kind of online systems know if this is sincere or
>definitely insincere? I can see this being a useful approach for
>things like small web trade.

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>send your search results to you via email.
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