[AMRadio] Possible BPL ??

peter A Markavage manualman at juno.com
Thu Sep 30 01:32:35 EDT 2004

Sure it is. Companies looking to enter a marketplace area with a new type
of product often send out feasibility surveys. There are companies you
can hire that put together the surveys, mail them out, and track their
returns. Their ploy is that they're asking for your time to fill out the
survey, so here's a little token for spending the time to fill it out and
return. Take the $1.00, put it in your wallet, and either fill out the
survey if you're so inclined, or throw it away.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 22:54:32 -0500 "Byron Tatum" <bjtatum at ev1.net>
> Hello-
>     I received a letter from an un-identified company in my area { 
> Alvin, TX} titled a " Feasibility Survey", regarding my interest { 
> as a rural potential customer } in high speed broadband internet 
> service. They describe the service as " a small antenna at my house 
> and a broadcast tower a short distance away". Is this the broadband 
> over power lines type affair that we have all been opposing? I 
> wonder why the company does not identify themselves?? The return 
> address is a local post office box.
>     A tactic is being used in this "feasibility survey" whereby a 
> dollar bill is enclosed in the letter and it is stated that if you 
> answer "yes" to the first question { " Are you interested in high 
> speed broadband internet service? } then you will be offered the 
> lowest available price to subscribe. A small postage-stamp size 
> window is cut out of the front of envelope so that you can see the 
> dollar bill showing, as a sure method of getting you to open the 
> letter.
>     Is this legal? Does anyone else have any experience with this 
> type affair or perhaps who is behind this business??
>         Thanks, Byron WA5THJ. 

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