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2-17-2009 @ 4:32PM
As stupid as their first plan was, they were obviously not actually trying to scam anybody. Since their first plan exploded (as nearly everybody predicted) they seem to have gone with a safer, better route. While I personally am not going to use their service, I am watching them with interest to see how they do with their new, less failing business model.
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