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Help! accuracy improvement product

Hi!

We are a group of students researching a new product which could significantly improve the accuracy of hunters. In tests conducted with US Army sharpshooters, our product has already shown a remarkable reduction in training time required to achieve expert status. By helping train shooters' pre-shot concentration level, our product has been proven to improve marksmanship accuracy by up to 30%.

We are currently seeking feedback from the hunting community before we release this special product to consumers. Please help us customize our product for the hunting community by completing our short survey below.

Take the survey

We would be happy to respond to any comments or questions you may have. Thank you very much for your time!

Note: We are NOT currently selling any products. We simply with to solicit feedback.[/url]

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Took survey too the end but I will not supply email to you. Sorry

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Thank you very much for your time and feedback!

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Maybe I'm just the suspicious type, but that skepticism has kept me out of some things.

There's a website for In5ight Consulting that claims to be an IT firm. It references how Oscar Wilde and Ed Flanders started the company in Anytown. Apparently, both were Anytown University graduates and started out providing services to ACME National Bank.

The problem I'm having is that "Anytown" doesn't exist, although there's a website for the "Anytown Chamber of Commerce" that says it's "30 miles from Othertown." Contact info says its in New York, but there's no place called "Anytown" that I could find in the US.

Oh, and try to find "ACME National Bank" anywhere.

In5ight Consulting webpage: http://in5ight.com/About_Us.html

Anytown Chamber of Commerce: http://chamber.website2go.com/p67.html

Maybe it's just college students, and maybe it's innocent. But I have this thing about people being straightforward with me.

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I was suspicious myself yesterday so I went to look at the survey. Guess what, you can't look at it unless you take it. I didn't take it.

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Hi Expatriate,

We appreciate your concerns but rest assured we are in no way affiliated with the website you have listed, which appears to be more of a holding website for someone wishing to profit off of the domain in the future. We are not an official company, but rather, as we mentioned, simply a group of students at UCLA. The name we have chosen is simply a name we picked for our project as we work with our client.

Our survey does not ask for any personal information (email address is optional), rather we are only looking to learn about behavior patterns and consumer opinions. If you have additional questions, we would be happy to respond.

Best regards.

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