I recently lost all my positions in FAST for "their widgets". Upon investigation I found that there are 450 identical pages between my page and my old number three position. These pages contain the title format: "keyword, get their widgets here". and the text draw out of the site follows the format: "blurb about keywords and widgets."
Is there any way to find out if a page is PFI or not? Should I notify FAST about this obvious spamming? If so, how anonymous should I keep it? I hear that you can get penalised by reporting spam with certain search engines.
If you feel the pages should not be in the serps, fill out the form: [alltheweb.com...]
Remember, there's not much we can do about it here, but I certainly don't think that FAST will penalize your site. If it's relevant to the search terms and you havent used any tricks to manipulate the serps ;)
The FAST team are notorius for acting fast on these matters.
<added>heini beat me to it. Agreed, doesn't matter if it's PFI or not.</added>