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When we send you there

It’s referencing an introduction in a website context; When you click the link we will let the destination know that you’re with us. Think of it like an introduction.

  • Is the triggering event the clicking of the link or the destination site acknowledging the clicker's "arrival"? Commented May 29, 2015 at 17:55

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'Direct', 'redirect', 'forward', 'route' can all be made to work in place of send.

Specifically in the context of an introduction 'connect' may also be considered

If the purpose of the introduction is to suggest or recommend one party to the other, 'refer' probably best conveys that.

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