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Www. wearefine. org has been created following the recent tragic events around the World. It is free to use via the Web.
(PRWEB) October 17, 2005
We unfortunately live in dangerous times where all of us can be affected by world events beyond our control. We are not going to see any dramatic change to this in the near future. The best we can attempt to do is fully co operate with the Security forces who have limited resources and vast amounts of information to digest. Let us help them by taking away distractions and let them get on with the task at hand.
We are committed to helping people message each other efficiently in a safe manner that will allow relief from immediate worries and concerns that they have for relatives or friends. We will provide this service internationally without favour or prejudice.
Why www. wearefine. org
1. You are travelling around Europe and have just left Rome arriving in Spain. You hear that a terrorist incident happened just before you left. Your family & friends are worried about your safety but aware that you are a www. wearefine. org user. You leave a message saying that you are o. k. and are now in Spain for example as many people who know that you are a www. wearefine. org user are now instantly aware that you are fine.
2. You are caught in a major incident and after a delay you arrive at Work. The mobile networks have been switched off by order (This is common practice) of the Police and Government. Land Lines are also overloaded or are not working. But as with most Companies the Web is still functioning as the infrastructure enabling this is by nature more robust. You navigate to www. wearefing. org and send one message to potentially thousands saying that all is well. You may also be helping the Security Services remove you from any searches that they may be conducting as a result of worried relatives or friends alerting services that you “Possibly” have been in the vicinity of that particular incident and indeed are missing….
Q1. Why not just send an email?
A1. Many companies have restricted access to email often only allowing internal emails. But most employees in large corporations have Web access. Also you may have to send to more than one person. This site allows you to send a message “Once” to potentially thousands of people.
Q2. How successful will this site be?
A2. That depends on you and letting your friends know.
Q3. How do we know that the name posted is in fact the person we wish to find a message from?
A3. When promoting the site to reveal a significant family fact such as “Albert was our next door neighbour” or “Mum hated white Bread”, this information is a unique tie to you. How many Bob Smiths are there who would put the identical fact?
Q4. How easy is to leave a message?
A4. All you need to do is type NAME – FACT – MESSAGE The Webpage will insert the date and time this was left.
Q5. How long will my message remain?
A5. This will depend on current World events and the context of your message but all messages will remain for a period of 28 days.
Q6. Who can use this information?
A6. Any official Government body or official registered charity that may be involved with a particular incident. The more information we can provide enabling the Security services to provide effective support and tracing the better. We will release without hesitation any information that may aid in the location of displaced persons without hesitation to the correctly identified official authorities. This would mean police forces throughout the world.
Q7. How do you intend to stop spoof messages being sent by other people, claiming to be persons they are not by using the name and significant fact from previous entries?
A7. The user when sending a Web based message can use a variety of “Facts that would be known only to those relatives or friends. The cats name was Charlie, Albert used to live next door! We used to live at 192 Balmoral Rd. Susan Car is a Blue Astra. The list is endless.
Q8. How do you justify charging a fee for the insertion of mobile phone based messages.
A8. We regret having to charge for this facility but it is a cost we have to bear for each message we receive. This is an overhead forced on us. However we do promise never to make this a subscription service. The user would never receive a charge for a message that they had not themselves initiated. Remember the Web is Free.
Please pass this on to loved ones and let them know that you will leave a message should you need to.