This is the most hilarious set of email IDs we discovered from the suspect voting logs.
I think this guy deserves a goody! I mean how much more creative can you get
Another interesting trail one goes like this.
Cam an? Are you guys paying someone to do this for you? If yes - they are doing a darned poor job, I must say !!
On a more serious note, we pulled out a lot of folks who have used providers like yopmail.com, mailinator.com, bsnow.net etc. We can all buy in the argument that some friends prefer to use email aliases and alike services - but what is the probability that you will have a series of friends who all vote within seconds of each other and have IDs like this.
There are almost a a half dozen applicants who appear smarter and have abused corporate email IDs, possibly with insider help from IT folks. Unfortunately we can’t publish those corporate IDs, but when the email IDs look this below (we have switched the corporate email name to avoid embarrassment) starting serially with a-z, do we really need to look any further. What is the probability of a corporation have multiple emails IDs starting with a, b, c etc and what is the compounded probability of these people all voting in a perfect sequence, that too in a matter on minutes.
I rest my case.
The good news is that most of these applicants who faked email IDs did not make it anyway to the TOP 100. They were too busy with the other stuff.
So the jury did not really have to exercise any veto. They were just plain amused at this display of inanity.