Re: Is there anything else I can do about this spam ?
tom_gram_70 at hotmail.com
Mon May 3 20:10:21 EDT 2004
Spambo, thanks for the reply, and I understand your thoughts on putting your
email on any unsubscribe list, but I kind of felt compelled to at least try
it "the honest" way first. I dont want to send SpamCop messages from real
businesses who conduct themselves accordingly.
I was looking for advice on what other options I may have to get these
people out of my email. I said previously I submit every single email to
SpamCop, but these emails still come.
What more can I do short of changing my email address ?
"Spambo" <rmu93awSPAMB02 at sneakemail.com> wrote in message
news:c76suf$ccq$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> TomTom wrote:
> > I submit every single spam to spamcop, I often use the "click here to be
> > removed" and enter my email, only to receive 10 additional spams the
> > day :(
> What do you expect? You tell the spammers that your email address is
> valid and that you open up and read junk emails (how else would you
> know how to unsubscribe?). You're giving them a product to sell to
> other spammers.
> Spammers are unethical advertisers. There is no reason to think that
> they'll change their ethics just because you ask them to.
> A wise policy is to *NEVER*, under any circumstances, ask to be
> removed from a mailing list that you didn't first ask to be on.
> > [snip]
> Just a SpamCop newsgroup participant, not an admin or employee of
> SpamCop or related domains.
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