Items tagged with spam

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Vertical Response. Awesome.

December 16, 2008 - 317 words , 8 comments
Nice to see a little customer service in the world.
Also tagged as: awesome customerservice verticalresponse

EcoPhones on MSNBC

January 23, 2008 - 235 words
In which my spam complaint about EcoPhones makes MSNBC.
Also tagged as: ecophones msnbc news

Off Target for Aqua Media

December 4, 2007 - 1148 words , 9 comments
Selling targeted services through spam. Ah, the irony.
Also tagged as: advertising aquamediadirect targeting

Teleflip spams your friends

November 6, 2007 - 110 words , 11 comments
Classless move by teleflip.
Also tagged as: marketing teleflip viralmarketing

Link buyers get slapped by Google

October 25, 2007 - 427 words
Link buying and other unscrupulous search engine gaming techniques have started to catch up with sites.
Also tagged as: google search searchengines textlinkads

Spam forgery

April 12, 2007 - 119 words , 3 comments
Some spammers are going to great lengths to make some messages look like they come from me.
Also tagged as: forgery security spoof

Conversation with a comment spammer

January 22, 2007 - 250 words , 2 comments
In which I engage a new comment spammer and find out what he thinks.
Also tagged as: adsense comment commentspam

Driveway spam

January 11, 2007 - 608 words , 3 comments
My mysterious subscription to the New York Times and how I stopped it.
Also tagged as: humor kennorton newspaper newyorktimes

Webcore Labs... harboring spammers

December 13, 2006 - 396 words , 2 comments
A web host who harbors spammers—as long as the host’s resources aren’t abused.
Also tagged as: hosting webcore webcorelabs

Political recorded messages

November 5, 2006 - 300 words , 3 comments
Automated political telemarketing is getting out of hand.
Also tagged as: donotcall politics republican tellemarketing

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