I just received this in my email...Dear Vendor,As many are aware and have brought to our attention, it has become difficult in several areas to accept orders that have been sent out to numerous agents at once. We have received input from several agents regarding the use of auto-accepting/refreshing software to automatically accept orders and have addressed it accordingly.In an effort to eliminate any unfair advantage produced by utilizing these so called auto-accepting programs we are introducing a new process to accept orders. The acceptance process will be relatively the same as before however the system will now prompt you to enter a validation code prior to accepting an order. This is known as a CAPTCHA.A CAPTCHA is a program that protects websites against automated bots by generating and grading tests that humans can pass but current computer programs cannot. For example, humans can read distorted text as the one shown below, but current computer programs can't:This process will only be performed once per order just prior to accepting. If selecting multiple orders from the Ordered worklist to accept at a single time, the CAPTCHA is only required once for the batch (not for each individual order).In the event that you’re unable to read the words provided in the CAPTCHA you can click the link below the word box (Get another CAPTCHA) to get a different verification phrase.This process is planned to go into effect on Sunday, 1/31/2010.I commend M2M for doing this and hopefully agents will get their fair chance at their BPO. I for one have been a losing agent to acceptance in with this company. I even have my email forwarded as text to my mobile phone and SMS messages but still was too late in accepting any assignments.This time, It's a fair free-for-all game. I'm all for it.