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    Hello,

    Your email address was recently used to submit a website to the search
    engine Entireweb.
    This message is to verify that you did indeed wish to do this.

    To complete your site submission, please re-submit your site at
    http://www.entireweb.com since we now have an email verification system.

    If you did not submit your site to Entireweb, you do not need to do
    anything.
    We do not tolerate email abuse of our system, and this message you
    are receiving is our way of preventing it.

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    The Entireweb network now provides over 150 Million searches per month,
    this includes sites such as Entireweb, Mamma.com, Ixquick.com, Epilot.com,
    Moonmist and
    several other major search engines on the Internet.

    For only $19.00 US your site will be indexed and made searchable in
    Entireweb's premier search index that are used by all our search partners.

    The Entireweb Inclusion program ensures that your URL is listed in the
    premier search index at
    Entireweb within 2 business days and re-freshed every 48 hours for a 12
    month period.
    You will also get higher search engine positioning and placement
    throughout Entireweb's all search partners.

    For more information, follow the link below.
    Express Submission: http://www.entireweb.com/eng/express/

    Sincerely,
    The Entireweb Team
    "We have the future. You use it!"
    http://www.entireweb.com/
    They say someone submitted my site, but I don't believe it. I think they just say that to try and justify their SPAM. I'm supposed to give them $19 to be listed on epilot, which last time I checked was a ppc search engine, and a lousy one at that.
    Randall Ashby (Randy)

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    Yes. I wasted some money on epilot about a year ago. I remember it well.

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    We've never had success on e-pilot for gambling terms, but some other types of sites get okay results. They're not one of the best, but for some sites they are one of the average, and the price is okay for that.

    Mary

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