Occasionally, we receive some e-mails that really make us proud of doing the job we do here, thanking us for the knowledge this site, along with a few others on the network, has made available. These generally are pretty vague and just thank us for the site in general, though we've recently received one in particular that actually went into a little bit of detail. This is always a very pleasant thing to hear/read, but we cannot overlook who is really responsible for this: YOU.
As I mentioned above, the most recent e-mail we received saying "thanks!" went into a bit more detail about the situation in which this site was helpful for the user. The user is a regular browser of this site for a while now, and over this time they've had "the good fortune to read some excellent answers by people who are at the top of their field."
They go on to describe how recently the company they work for was the victim of fraud that run into five-figure amounts, but that thanks to the information learnt on this site (and a few others from the network) they had a clear and immediate notion of what was going on and how to proceed, which allowed them to act quickly and recover the money.
Lastly, they say this is thanks to information and knowledge that they likely wouldn't have had access to without this site, and gave credit to the people who manage, moderate and contribute to this site. Thanks to them, they were able to manage a large scale fraud and essentially save their company from being scammed out of a significant amount of money.
Although these users don't post these "thanks" here — and the user from the e-mail described above in particular didn't wish to post it here for privacy reasons — themselves I think it's important that you know you're doing a good job and making a difference. Keep up the good work!