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Originally Posted By: ismetaniuk
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This membership was a big waste of my time!



Igor


Top To Bottom Inspections


Glen Spey, NY

Originally Posted By: mpatton
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Igor,


I am not leery enough at times, however I received the same basic message and did follow the link. It appears to be a search engine submittal, I completed the information and responded.

I do not know who originated the request to be submitted, however (fortunately) my computer is still running and the house hasn't blown up (yet).

I also would be interested if Chris can identify who originated the messages.


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Michael Patton
AA Home Inspection
Serving Northern KY & Greater Cincinnati OH

AA@AAHomeInspection.net
www.AAHomeInspection.net

Originally Posted By: Chris Morrell
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Global-Submit spiders the web, looking for sites that have a corresponding e-mail address. They “submit” the site to their “search engine” and then e-mail you saying to check the link. When you do, they try to make you buy their “premium” service. I wouldn’t worry about it – just delete the message. They’re worthless.



Chris Morrell


Director of Information Technology


http://www.nachi.org/


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Originally Posted By: ismetaniuk
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This membership was a big waste of my time!



Igor


Top To Bottom Inspections


Glen Spey, NY