I recently purchased replacement transaxles from an on-line vendor of car parts. Imagine my surprise when he e-mails me asking if I was satisfied with the product.

My first thought was ‘ how nice, thank you for asking’.

Then as I looked over the form provided I found several ‘REQURED’ entry slots and emphasis not to use my real name. Too late. They already have my e-mail address and my IP so any reply was not going to be anonymous anyway. Why would they imply it might be?

I came away convinced that this was some sort of new scam fishing for information they were not entitled to and wasting my time. I pulled the plug and set up to block any future crapola.

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