Someone on this list sent me to platial.com and this website gave me a few
thoughts about their sign-up process.
I do appreciate the easiness. I am only required to fill four mandatory
fields and one optional.
(maybe instead of homebase it should say home city, for those that aren't
And thank God, there's no captcha and no activation email. I can use my
account right away.
I do get an email, stating, among others, that:
" If you were not expecting this email, simply ignore it, no further action
is required to terminate the request."
1. Is this process secure enough? Of course, it's easy on the users. Do you
guys do something magical behind the
curtains that we can't tell? Or I could just create a script and spam away?
2. If you were not expecting this email, simply ignore it? If another person
created an account with my email address...
I simply couldn't ignore this. I want to correct the issue, and I want
Platial to do it for me.
I also think that #1 points out to a more general concern about the app's
What do you think? Isn't this too much of a no-hassle sign-up for the user?