Lking Posted November 5, 2005 Share Posted November 5, 2005 I got the following very nice, but incorrect, response to a spam report I submitted. Hello SpamCop user, Our network did not send the email message in question, but we host the website that was adverstised. This message was sent from a bank organization. There was no attempt to disguise the identity of the sender. There was an unsubscribe link included in the email message. The email appears to have been sent from a legitimate organization for legitimate purposes and in an ethical fashion. Our definition of spam is at http://www.SpamRejection.com/whatisspam.htm Everyone has their own definition it seems, however, we believe that ethical email is not spam. If you disagree, please discuss this further with the sender of the email: David Neff ( mailto: dneff[at]bankloans.com ) Mortgage Division of SandHills Bank, SC. FDIC Please let me know if I may assist you further. Thank you. Matt Rainoff Integrated Data Processing, Inc. -- Please use the link below to review the report in question: http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=showhistory;slice=reportid;val=1548140846 Their link to "whatisspam" is selfserving. My response to David was also nice, this time, and along the lines of the gov def in the "can spam" act and that we did not, do not, and WILL NOT have a relationship with them. (Sounds like a Clenton quotation about repations with 'that woman' ). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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