Re: Any way to lock out a server from the spamcop blacklist?
DougThegarden at hotmail.com
Sat May 15 10:24:14 EDT 2004
> I hate to say this, but the only way <sp>amazon will stop spamming is when
> it starts to cost them more money than they make on their spam.
> I get typically 10-15 spams that include amazon.com somewhere in the
> content on a daily basis. I don't do business with them, never have and
> until they change their attitude, never will.
I had my first piece of Amazon spam yesterday. Except it wasn't from Amazon
when you delved below the surface. Just another piece of spammer fraud
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