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Anybody familiar with e-standard.org?

On the face, it looks like an outlet for codes and standards at deep 
discount. The prices are very appealing but the site doesn't really pass 
the smell test.

The bottom of the site claims it's "Powered by American National Standards
Institute - http://www.ansi.org"; and links to ansi.org.  However, ANSI's 
webstore is e-standards.org (plural).  Not to mention that there's no info 
about them on the site and no way to contact them except through a webmail 
box.  Very suspicious.

Anybody have any more info on them?

Gary

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