Re: Independent Tester Agreement
- View SourceA gentleman's or lady's word was adequate until maybe the Edwardian
era, sort of... I'm not that old <g>. There were still plenty of
rascals and rapscallions who took advantage, even then. The anonymity
of the Internet means that little can be taken at face value, and that
may in some ways be a good thing. We are learning to question more...
Philosophical musings apart, I'd certainly hesitate to send a piece of
gear from a company which has handed it over in the expectation of
review to someone for whom the only contact information I had was an
e-mail address! BGT *has* lost gear over the years, sadly; the wonder
of it as a community is that the high level of mutual trust keeps the
gear going out and the reviews coming in.
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Rob" <mynamesrob@y...> wrote:
> Fair enough!
> Can anybody remember back in the day when just a mans/womans word was
> good enough for everything. Sigh....how society has evolved.