On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 05:47:04PM -0400, Zachary Uram wrote:
> I did not add anyone's name. It said it would invite friends from my Gmail
> address book. It was clear it was only an invitation. If it did more than
> that then it lied to me and is breaking the law. Sorry you were subscribed
> but I had no idea it would do that. You can verify this by opening up a
> throwaway email account through Gmail, signing up and selecting invite
> friends option you will see it says it is only inviting them not adding
> them. Then it apparently proceeds to subscribe every address. So I really
> did not know this would happen. Sorry again. Seems this is bogus site but it
> sure seemed legit.

The question is did you top your previous total of 701?

I've yet to investigate the impact that your actions had on me
personally but I've noticed that I got this nonsense on multiple
addresses, including service addresses.  

I am not pleased.

Act as if what you do makes a difference.  It does.

-- William James (1842-1910), American Psychologist, Professor, Author
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