Mortgage Shortfall E-Petition - Please sign.greenspun.com : LUSENET : Repossession : One Thread
For those of you who are worried about confidentiality in respect to the Mortgage Shortfall E-Petition, please read the following extract from the e-petition website ' www.petition-them.com '...... If you are a person signing a petition, we require that you supply your name and e-mail address, (postal address not necessary, though you can include it if you wish). Your e-mail address is something unique to you, like a signature, that validates your agreement with the petition in question. However, we will only post your name on the site - so as to offer you a degree of confidentiality. We would not wish you to become the subject of 'spam mail' or other forms of unsolicited advertising. We will retain your e-mail address, privately for validation purposes and may contact you to check the address is authentic. In the near future it is likely that all e-mail addresses will be checked automatically to ensure authenticity. Please keep the signatures rolling in, we are now over a 150, next stop 1,000. Many thanks, Mark.
-- M Amos (email@example.com), October 23, 2003
i wish to sign the mortgage shortfall e-petition
-- Christina Lattimer (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 23, 2003.
There are two ways to access the petition site, you can click on the "Repossession" title in the Home Repo options box on the left and then just click on the 'Sign e-petition to halt mortgage shortfalls' which takes you direct to the petition. Or, you can go to www.petition-them.com then click on UK petitions & then "Help Mortgage shortfall disaster victims". Finally, click on 'Sign this petition' at the top. If there are any problems just let me know.
-- M Amos (email@example.com), October 24, 2003.