Iím still left wondering about the credibility of that statement, since they donít need my e-mail address if they arenít going to contact me, but I will consider creating a junk address to get a login.
My first login was in Jan. 2001. I used PM for a short while, then didn't log in again for three years. In all that time, I don't think I received a single e-mail that came from PM, nor did my ambient level of spam increase due to PM. (I could always trace it back to some other unscrupulous (DUH-leeted).)
I have no other point. ;-)
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