If you feel a site should have a N/A in one (or more) fields, just skip those fields, and only rate those you feel are applicable. I seldom rate a site in ALL fields. I often skip the privacy field until I have a reason to lean towards my red crayola, or the green one. I actually was on a site that recommended that I give them my email address AND password so they could check out my contacts list ! Needless to say, I did give them a privacy rating.
Thing is, scam artists will use irrelevant ratings to make their exposers look like the scam artists, as with Quackwatch. Quackwatch's Vendor Reliability rating has risen to 65 since I started this thread, but it shouldn't have one of those ratings at all.
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