Thanks iab. I read their CVs and project objectives yesterday.
I'm still fighting a two year old identify theft case that threw my credit rating, at one point, into the low 500s. How they got my personal information I have no idea, but they did. To date they have racked up just short of $5,000 in unauthorized purchases, and I receive, on the average, one new unrequested application for credit per month on my LifeLock account; it has become a constant vigilance. In addition to the actual cost of monitoring this fraudulent activity, it has denied me the use of what was once an excellent credit rating and prevented me from obtaining a second mortgage at an acceptable rate for home improvements. And frankly, from enjoying the fruits of my life's labors in other ways.
You all are, of course, absolutely free to do as you please, I wouldn't want it any other way. Just go into it with your eyes wide open.
I'm sure their intentions are honorable, but one lapse in records security is all it takes.
My concerns, and comments, stand.