Sorry it did that. It said it would search Gmail address book for
friends, and it found like 3 people and added them as friends. Then it
listed all of my Gmail contacts and asked if I wanted to send
invitations and I clicked cancel. So it never should have even sent
out invites let alone subscribing people. They should be investigated.
I sent them a complaint email: feedback at

On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 5:53 PM, John R. Dennison <jrd at> wrote:
> 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.
>                                                        John
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