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PRWeb Assures Us All Important Services Remain Accessible Despite New Visual Verification

January 21, 2006 • Darrell Shandrow Hilliker

In response to my support ticket on the implementation of inaccessible visual verification, a PRWeb representative has provided assurance that their visual verification scheme only applies to the ability to forward press releases and tell a friend about the company. We remain able to access all important areas of PRWeb at this time. Now that the visual verification issue has been brought to light and useful responses received from the company, we hope PRWeb will remain otherwise accessible and provide an accessible alternative to their visual verification in the two areas of their site where it is currently implemented.

In reference to additional areas that you may be locked out of. We’ve implemented a host of new features and a new graphics. I do not have access to all of my notes from home, but I believe that there is also the “Tell a friend” page. Another trivial page that actually hasn’t worked in years until we implemented this new system. It simply allows a user to send 5 friends an email, recommending PRWeb.

As to creating accounts we recently implemented an email verification system which I believe you will not have difficulties with. Other recent changes to the members area of the site have been focused on visual enhancements such as a new color scheme and additional graphics. There have also been a few grammar and spelling corrections. I do not believe you will find anything that will prevent you from the core purpose of the PRWeb platform.

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