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Would you be happy with your address being passed to another user to post 1 item to yourself


Need your advice

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Post 3+ Months Ago


Need some advice (if you know a better place to ask poll type questions to general public, please PM Me)

I have a site, where part of the idea is that I will post something to a user, the user will then post this item to another user, that user would post the item to another user.

This is not SPAM Chain mail, this is a charitable thing. All users would pay a donation to be involved to Z charity.

Question. I know end users are happy to put there address onto a website (Look at e-com websites)
BUT would the end users be happy with there name and address being sent to another user to post something to them?

This is currently UK / Europe but market to extend to US / International

The other option if not, is to return the item to the website and the website re-post. But this would equal higher cost to the end user and more work to the website
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It entirely depends on a few things, however initially I looked at the poll question and immediately thought "no".

There is only one website that I can think of that I use where my name and post address details are being sent to strangers and that is eBay. The thing about eBay though is I have the option on who gets to see my details. I choose to trust members with reputable feedback, if the didn't have this feature I most likely wouldn't use the website.

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