[SpamCop-List] Re: One way to deal with the spam problem...
ric.gates at bigsleep.org
Tue Nov 23 02:14:08 EST 2004
On 22 Nov 2004 Dwayne Conyers entered spamcop and left
news:cntjqs$fgi$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> I started reporting spam using their "this is spam" option that
> reports the spam (after forcing you to view five advertisements).
I had an account there before they had the pop-unders, they used to have
free forwarding. they were acquired (I forget who by), started charging for
forwarding, and on top of that added the pop-under advertising. The
advertising didn't bother me so much (other than the fact that everytime
you hit delete an ad pops up), but I complained about them being pop-UNDERS
which I really hate, but they didn't seem to understand that I wasn't
complaining about the ads but the fact that they are hidden. They said I
could pay to get rid of the ads or they could cancel my account. Hah, I
never did cancel it.
Pretty much all I ever got there was porn spam and messages from NSI. I
liked the fact that they had other domain names like usa.com.
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