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I signed up for CNet using my Google account yesterday and it was a nightmare. Clearly you guys need a new website programmer because the website was so glitchy. Reviews did not save, buttons did not work, etc. Now I have another problem. I elected to not receive spam-err newsletters when I was signing up but I got some in the e-mail anyway. The emails said to unsubscribe by going to my Subscription Settings or something and disabling the option. However, when I log in with my Google Account, then go to my Profile and the Subscriptions tab (or ANY tab for that matter other than the Profile tab which I'm stuck on), a popup appears saying "Welcome Back, X (Not you?)" with a random log in field below which blocks the page, DESPITE THE FACT THAT I AM ALREADY LOGGED ON (Note how the popup says "Welcome Back X"). This happens whenever I click the other tabs in your profile page, and I can't access them because the window appears every time. I thought that the problem was due to me signing up with a Google Account so I tried to create a separate CNet account, but I couldn't use the same email twice. This happens on every browser so it's no browser problem. Thanks for the spam, CNet!
Another Happy User