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Some of the Things Netizens should practice while using the World Wide Web
People who use them as such abuse your resources and waste your time,
which are extremely valuable. You can enter their e-mail address
and company name in your own blacklist database.
You should NOT do business with them now, nor should you consider
other requests from them in the future.
DO NOT BUY FROM Unsolicited EMail
-Tell them to:
Remove your e-mail address from their junk mail list immediately
and do not contact you EVER again in the future.
NOTE: We have included a link to a white page paper that is this page
in email format that you can copy and send with your FINAL NOTICE
to any unsolicited SP*MMERs email.. enjoy - Working for a SP*M FR*E Future.
WHAT LAWS THEY ARE VIOLATING:
Thankfully you will find a NEW law on the books that the President has signed
into law that will hopefully settle this once and for all.
It is posted here: To see that information CLICK HERE!
Additionally, their message is in violation of the
Federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, and
Collateral Code of Federal Regulations (47 CFR 64.1200).
The TCPA allows a private right of action against
the sender of unsolicited advertising. The recipient can sue for $500,
or actual damages (whichever is greater).
Although many spam generators will claim that their
activities are protected under the first amendment of the
United States constitution, assuming they can read and have any sort of
conscience, we have included the 1st amendment to the
United States constitution, for your education.
Here's what the first amendment actually says:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,
or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or
the right of the people peaceably to assemble,
and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
WARNINGS TO THEM IF THEY DO NOT COMPLY WITH YOUR REQUEST:
Tell them you will be forced to contact the system administrator of their
server to inform them about the abuse being conducted over their server.
Here's the message we suggest you to use in this case:
Let's say their email name is email@example.com as an example:
1)We will contact your server at spammer.duh to notify them of your abuse
with the following message:
Spammer@spammer.duh has been sending unwanted and unsolicited e-mail to this
address. We request that you instruct this person to delete our e-mail
address from his or her junk-mail list immediately, and to never contact
us again for any reason. Our private e-mail facilities are not an advertising medium.
People who use them as such abuse our resources and waste our time.
(We would include the original unsolicited message you received
to the system administrator, including all its headers to better track them down.)
2)Additionally, if for example you are a member of one of the following services:
Tell them that:
You will be sending a note to America On-Line, CompuServe, AT&T and other ISPs,
(who frequently find themselves referenced in bogus return addresses)
to notify them that you have received email from the SPAMMER, claiming
to be sending mail from these domains when they are in fact not doing so &
are committing fraud. (Note: Spam e-mail typically references telephone
numbers, physical addresses or web pages which are not bogus.)
Tell the SPAMMER that you will provide this information to the
DOMAINS if the SPAMMER used these domains for a
bogus return address, so that they
the DOMAINS can also be urged to find the party responsible and prosecute the SPAMMER.
3)IN YOUR FINAL WARNING: Tell the SPAMMER that If this waste of our resources
does not cease immediately, please be advised that we may activate
the Revenge(tm) program for your email.
Revenge would automatically sign your email up for almost 300 mailing
lists to provide a graphic illustration of what it's like to receive
unwanted junk e-mail.
NOTE: While you the SPAMMER may take offense to this,
you should understand that lawyers are of the opinion that this
action does not constitute any manner of criminal act
against you and while this would be another matter for
lawyers to act upon, keep in mind, that it does not threaten anyone.
It does cause an indeterminate number of list servers to send
alot of unsolicited e-mail to the author of the offending spam ->
YOU the SPAMMER –. Inasmuch as you the SPAMMER are the author of the spam
that caused this situation in the first place and have clearly
indicated by your actions that you feel that unsolicited e-mail
does not constitute abuse, you can hardly object to our use of it
to communicate our feelings on the matter in reply.
It is therefore our sincere desire that you comply
with our request at this time so that we do not have to
respond further to your solicitation as we have shown
above that we are prepared to do:
Remove this e-mail address from your junk mail list immediately
and do not contact us EVER again in the future.
Thank You In Advance for Your Cooperation in this matter.
REPORT SPAM HERE
Thank you for Learning How To
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