Beware of ""

The person has been offering "advice" on Usenet. The
site is $800+ per year OR a $10 trial for ten days. They claim to have
been around long enough to say "subscribers have told us that...",
"Some articles have been removed because they weren't proving popular"
(or some such thing). Anyway, they registered the domain only 90 days
ago: December 14, 2005. They don't respond to emails. Their site TOS
demands that all information given to them be completely accurate, (no
aliases, etc.)....hello? Isn't the site supposed to be about anonymity
and privacy? Also, they claim to take other payment methods, but when
you sign up, it takes you to only PAYPAL where you *must* have a PayPal
account! Beware of the snake oil.


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