As a chartered member of the British Computer Society (BCS) I recently received through the post my voting forms for the 2008 AGM. The process gives me the option of voting electronically using a website run by Electoral Reform Services. My security codes (two separate numeric IDs, one of six characters, the other of four) were printed on my personalised letter from the Society. So far so dandy.
However, the following day I received an email from Electoral Reform Services giving me exactly the same information, together with the address of the webite where I may cast my votes.
Am I happy? Guess.