> I wouldn't expect you to agree. I've
> seen this argument played out elsewhere
> and I don't imagine my feelings on it
> will much matter to you or anyone else
> here. From what I can tell, it's largely
> a "because I can" effort, so I won't get
> into a point-by-point argument of where
> we disagree.
> Thankfully, most open source developers,
> and most open source-oriented sites,
> take a completely different approach.
> -- jeff
I happen to have a membership at that site. I feel safe enough myself. However, I do see both sides. Jeff, you could create a throwaway account like the author mentioned. That would satisfy both of you and you don't even have to check it. Or you could use it as a spam catcher. You can get free email accounts easily.
Re: Buyer beware
> First of all, Paysystems runs a fraud
> check on all transactions before
> charging the card. This is why there is
> a slight delay, although normally the
> delay is much less than 24 hours.
> Second, xe2 ( i will not use his name)
> voided his transaction before his card
> was charged, therefore his software was
> not shipped. Third, the emails we
> received from xe2 consisted of 3 emails
> in less than a 24 hour period. He
> received a response in less than 4 hours
> after receipt of the first email.
> At Dreamcost.com, we strive to always
> give prompt responses and to keep our
> customers happy. We offer great products
> at great prices and we try to make
> everyone's experience with us a pleasant
I see no response to Jason A. Ramsey.