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Old 06-24-2009, 08:35 AM
 
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UNYK is 100% secure, legitimate and safe to use. We pride ourselves in our respect of our users' privacy and in the safeguarding of users' personal information. UNYK is certified TRUSTee, which is a guarantee that your data is safe (see our privacy policy for more details: UNYK – Privacy Policy (http://unyk.com/en/Confidentiality - broken link))
Sorry to burst your snake oil bubble Ally, but POSTing my GMail username and password in plain text across the Internet is _not_ secure. See:
[url=http://www.nslms.com/2008/12/22/unyk-address-book/]UNYK Address Book « Random Musings[/url]
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:21 AM
 
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Steer well AWAY from Unyk.com. They are spammers in the truest sense. It's nonsensical that they claim not to be spamming "because the user has chosen to send it": 1) the user is not the recipient. A spam is "unsolicited commercial email" because the RECIPIENT has not invited it. 2) the user is not aware that he's making the choice to spam his friends/business contacts. I'm assuming this because I've received 15 Unyk spams in the last week, although the two Unyk users involved know very clearly that I HATE spam. Repeat barrages of spam came from Unyk although I'd sent off strongly worded emails to those two users to let them know that Unyk was using their contact lists to spam, and to please "make that **** stop". I'm convinced that they didn't know Unyk had "asked permission" to spam me, and that they couldn't find controls to turn the spam off. Unyk's spokesperson above says, "We pride ourselves in our respect of our users' privacy and in the safeguarding of users' personal information." This is simply untrue. Consider these three facts: 1) The spam that Unyk sends out uses the users' return email address (to avoid being trapped by recipients' spam filters), not Unyk's. 2) The spam's subject line is misleading: "A personal invitation from
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:58 PM
 
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Secure to whom?? It appears that it could become a political tool to no end in determining which groups fall upon a given side of as issue. A lot like signing a petition wherein the petition is public property. Tea party members did not register with the King before the tea was thrown. rej 12-18-10
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