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    As they say, there's one born every minute. The...

    As they say, there's one born every minute. The general public, from what I've seen, seems to think that if it's on the internet then it must be legit. I mean, seriously. I remember a commercial out...
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    Actually, reading the blog they seem to use the...

    Actually, reading the blog they seem to use the openID concept and use that to get the address book. The search through Google for Reunion.com and spam seems to turn up quite a few. What I cannot...
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    No. Not from what I've read and not from what my...

    No. Not from what I've read and not from what my g/f said she did..
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    Based on the responses to that post, I'd label it...

    Based on the responses to that post, I'd label it malware and misrepresentation. I didn't find anything in their TOS that said they would take your address book and forward their info to everyone.
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    Here's where the "Yes" link (that is, Yes, I know...

    Here's where the "Yes" link (that is, Yes, I know this person) goes to:

    http://www.reunion.com/showRegistration.pub?

    I think it does the check after you've registered.
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    reunion.com: legit site or malware?

    Interesting little thing that happened this morning. My g/f received a request from a friend to join this site. So she clicked on it and it went through her gmail account, sending a request to all...
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