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This is one thing we:
1) are most afraid of.
2) can least control.
See a subsequent response for remedies . .
We originally were going to offer a decent prize
randomly awarded to participants . . . but . . .
legal calls this a sweepstakes, which is OK within
the US, but is legally iffy in other countries.
For $$$$$ per hour, they will assist us in checking
the legal requirements . . . recall we have 0$.
Since this is over the web, we cannot control where
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> > It will be interesting to see what our
> > customers think of our documents.
> What you are going to find REALLY insteresting is that you are going
> to get almost no replies.
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