Please notice the OP had less than 5 posts and was posting a commercial link which I removed. These situations are just "red flags" for scammers and spammers. While I don't know the actual intent of the OP, I don't trust anyone under these circumstances. They could just as easily be someone posing as someone interested in information when they are actually getting paid for click thru's based on the link they posted which is a very common tactic. As is the same person signing up under multiple IDs and creating question and response posts to make it look like an actual conversation between two different people to give it additional "credibility". While it's an occupational hazard of being a moderator to not trust any new posters here until they seem somewhat genuine, I think more people should be a little more cognizant that not everyone is who they appear to be on the internet. This is a wide open board. Everything is visible to anyone whether they are members or not and there are no checks on anyone requesting membership. All you need is a valid email address. You shouldn't suspend normal healthy skepticism of strangers just because most people here are who they say they are and sharing in their own struggles and common goals.
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