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Re: [backpackgeartesters] Ethics - was Attn: ProBar Testers

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  • JimSabis@aol.com
    In a message dated 6/1/2005 3:12:16 PM Eastern Standard Time, shane@theplacewithnoname.com writes: While no wrongdoing was determined in this instance, it s
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      In a message dated 6/1/2005 3:12:16 PM Eastern Standard Time,
      shane@... writes:
      While no wrongdoing was determined in this instance, it's important to
      remember that BGT is based in a strong ethical philosophy.
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      Thanks, Shane.

      Just to reiterate on this point: In this case the tester did exactly the
      right thing. The manufacterer was approached to provide additional information.
      The manufacturer rep managed to determine that the caller was a BGT Tester. The
      manufacturer offered additional product, not for testing, but as a friendly
      gesture. Nothing illicit was intended or attempted at any time. To his credit,
      the tester realized the potential exposure and made a public posting to the
      group explaining the situation. Well done. That was exactly the right thing to do.

      When in doubt about a particular situation, post a question to the group. If
      you are concerned about a public posting for one reason or another, post to
      your monitor or moderator who will then take approprate action.

      Jim S.
      Test Moderator


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