I recently noticed an email is going around with the subject line Submission re: (your email address):
Someone who knows you just submitted a Word-of-Mouth Connection about you at our website, WordofMouthConnection.com. When your acquaintance submitted this Word-of-Mouth Connection at our website, they provided us with your email address.
There’s no “report” or any other useful information to be found here just a notification that some anonymous contributor recently submitted an “I HAVE INFORMATION” entry on you. If you want to find out what this anonymous contributor actually said about you, you have to communicate with him through Word-of-Mouth’s ANONYMOUS EMAIL SYSTEM which this is where the “sucker” part kicks in is only available to Word-of-Mouth “Power Users”: One-Year Subscription $19.97, Two-Year Subscription (BEST VALUE) $29.97. However, all the “Power Users” who have written to us about their experiences with Word-of-Mouth have reported that after they paid the fees to learn what was being said about them, all they learned was that the anonymous contributors had “misplaced” whatever information they supposedly had to share.