jldk Posted February 14, 2005 Share Posted February 14, 2005 About once a month I recieve one or two spammails from a company that claims they are exercising "permission marketing". I´m on their list because I used one of their services about 2½ years ago. They claim that by using that service I´ve agreed to recieve advertisement mails. I don´t remember agreeing to that, but can´t honestly remember that I didn´t. So when I started to recieve their mails (just a couple of months ago) , I tried to unsubscribe from their list. It turned out that I needed a password to access an unsubscribe page (which I had forgotten long time ago). To make a long story a bit shorter, I finally got access to that unsubscribe page. I followed the instructions, mailed their support etc. but I still recieve advertisement mails from them (from then on definitely spam). I reported through spamcop, and on the reporting page I see an e-mail adress for "third party interested in spam" belonging to a representative of the spamming comany. It is my understanding, that in order to obtain that right you have to be trusted by spamcop. Their unresponsivenes to my reports etc. makes me think, that they shouldnt have that privilege. I know about unchekking the boxes, but should spamcop be notified about such matters? And how?. I realize that they are probably too small to ever get near a blocklisting but I feel I should report it anyway. Regards Jan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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