Ottawa (February 6, 2008) - What do the items on your desk say about you? Do the piles, projects and cleanliness reflect your personality? The "Mess Experts" at MyFax think so! MyFax, one of the leading Internet fax services, recently kicked off its MyFax Messy Office Contest, and is celebrating your office version of Mt. Trashmore with a fun, highly judgmental take on where your cubicle's chaos falls on the mess-o-meter.
Mess experts say the walls of your office or cube, how you check messages and the way you answer your phone can determine if you are a "Commitment Phobe", "Paper Chaser", or are considered a "Whirlwind". The short, 10-question Messy Office Quiz rates your messiness with a celebration of insightful quips and jabs. And for those who just aren't happy about it, check out how MyFax can assist with your cleanup efforts.
"Some people call it a mess, but I like to think of it as my creative workspace" said Joseph Nour, CEO of Protus IP Solutions, which owns and operates MyFax. "I took the quiz and although I don't agree that I fall under the "Conspiracy Theorist" category, it is true that I have the urge to keep every single piece of paper that has ever come in my office. I just want to know how these mess experts got in here! And why are they looking at my things? Do you think they can hear me? Are they listening?"
To enter the MyFax Messy Office Contest, participants should go to www.messyofficecontest.com and upload a photo or video of their office or cubicle between now and February 25, 2008 noon EST. Each week, MyFax mess experts will select two finalists. The $10,000 Grand Prize winner will then be chosen in an online poll. Results will be announced by March 5, 2008. For complete contest rules, visit www.messyofficecontest.com. The Messy Office Contest rules as explained by I.S. Melfunny can also be found on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogljc1rHACw.
MyFax is the fastest growing Internet fax service used by individuals, small, medium and large businesses to send and receive faxes using existing email accounts or the web. MyFax offers services in North America and Europe, including the United Kingdom to industries recognized among the fastest growing adopters of internet fax including finance, insurance, real estate, healthcare, transportation and government. More than 10,000 new customers subscribe to MyFax each month. Additional information is available at www.myfax.com and www.myfax.uk.com.