Comments from DXSupport regarding "Information Distribution, Corrections and Legality Issues", posted with permission.
As a by-product of interacting online, it is more often than not that GDT Inc. receives information about another individuals interpretation of the DXSystem and/or related services which is contradictory to the services intention and design. Over the course of our development which; in both our offline and online stages is bordering on a decade of production and planning; we have spent a much larger time than we would have liked to, correcting mis-information and mis-interpretation transmitted online.
Although this is an unavoidable occurrence with a system as large and complex as the services offered by GDT Inc., to date, unless this information was severely incorrect we simply did not have the time and available resources to make the necessary corrections. As we are now on the verge of the release of some of the largest services and opportunities ever to be offered by GDT Inc., we will now be pursuing these issues more rapidly.
To assist in this process, we always request that people report any findings of mis-information being published online. We also ask that should you receive any information via a third-party to verify that the information is correct before proceeding with any instructions giving in that information.
It is always advisable to use common sense when dealing with information not obtained directly from the source or provider of the service. Many sites online who offer guidance, training or advise do NOT have the qualifications or where required, licenses to give such information or advice and it is also likely that information portrayed on these sites is gleaned from the source and modified which may render it inaccurate, incomplete or misleading.
GDT Inc. has already instigated several investigations into certain individuals responsible for the production and reproduction of such information sources. It is hoped that a reduction in this type of information distribution will lead to less time spent on defense of services and features and more time on forward development and planning of new services for the future.