John P. Looney, Tue, Feb 15, 2005 at 08:48:11AM +0000:
> > That (usually) investigate on the identity of the requester.
> Heh. No, they don't. Some, do go as far as ringing you back. But most
> sign whatever you ask them to.
Times have changed, then. Back in 1999 BT asked for DUNS number, proof
of registration of the company and brand ownership.
*this* should put an end to online shopping!
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