See who hates spam!
Thank you for visiting the Deadbeats' Hall of Lame. We'd enjoy it if you would add to your anti-spam sentiments to this page
Thanks for the site... with sites like this I have been able to reduce my spam by about 95%. I will be devoting more time to this issue eventually.
- Thursday, May 28, 1998 at 18:49:51 (PDT)
Im running one of the fastest european newsservers, and I would love to get rid of the spamming in newsgroups, and also in e-mail.
Continue your crusade with my support!
- Monday, June 01, 1998 at 16:41:41 (PDT)
I love your advice to spammers! I also have a site...care to take a peep? I'm still learning...Haven't been at it long. Trying to glean all the info I can. -Carol
- Monday, June 08, 1998 at 09:34:37 (PDT)
As a sysadm for almost 21 years (October is the anniversary) I appreciate the continued fight against spam. I've been a member of the UseNet community for as long as I've been using computers (almost - computers were around long before UseNet). Keep
up the good work (and send kill commands - you know who you are - whenever possible to keep the net spam free).
Who do I bill? So many morons, so little time.
(Stolen from Rolf's Site)
John R. Higdon <email@example.com>
- Sunday, June 28, 1998 at 15:54:56 (GMT)
BENCHMARK PRINT SUPPLY
Boy, these guys pissed me off. I can see WHY y'all are so mad at them too. Nice to see that YOU have taken the time to attack them. I've been calling them all morning. When I asked for a FAX number, they just hung up on me.
- Wednesday, July 01, 1998 at 17:00:01 (GMT)
I don't know how you find the time to do it all, but I'm sure glad you do! Keep up the good work! I have taken the "call me and be billed" approach with telemarketing scum, with some success. Hope it works with the spam slime.
- Sunday, July 26, 1998 at 16:30:07 (PDT)
Great site! I just wish I had the same technical savvy to pursue the sources of these messages as you do. Mostly spam I get ends up screened but every now and then something really pisses me off.
I got an invitation from some whore named "Cindy" to come and "check her out". A disclaimer read that this was intended for only those over 21 and that if I wished to be removed from their spam list, I could be by using the mail link. As my PC is used by
my entire family, including children, I wrote to be removed and stated such. Instead of results, I got the same damned letter three more times.
An angry letter threatening action against them ended in my getting a vague apology and explantion that someone had hijacked their server. This was from someone from a url I recall being something "cum.com" (nice family site). Still, following the link on
the previous e-mail led me to a page with a url that matched the apology.
How does one find the source/ISP for these elusive hucksters? Is it something someone with little network savvy can do?
Thanks again for fighting back against this crap. Now if you could just show me how to get the telemarketers off my back at dinner!
Glenn Jakobsen, D.O.
Dr. Glenn Jakobsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, August 03, 1998 at 10:14:27 (PDT)
I am glad there is a website like yours with information re: SPAM and cons. You might already knoq about http://www.flimflam.com/, but I thought I would pass it on anyway.
Thanks Kalan Kahler
Kalan Kahler <email@example.com>
- Saturday, September 05, 1998 at 16:35:29 (PDT)
For those of us who are sick and tired of Benchmark Printer Supply, Luscious Lucy's Lovely Labia, the prospects for JT's Restaurants stock, the Best Candidate in the race for second assistant dogcatcher in Middle-Lower Slobbovia, or how little Foolish
Freddie the Fourteen-year-old is going to make $53,267.91 in the next 37.4 nano-seconds selling "valuable information" to other like-minded morons, your site and its compadres are a welcome oasis in the vast desert known as the 'Net. Whether it is the dir
ect, "in your face" approach shown here, or the "have a bit of sport with it - then kill it" attitude over at the HoH, a good counterbalance is provided for those who would screw over anyone (including their own mother) in order to make a quick buck (or r
uble, or mark, or pound...) Keep up the good work.
- Monday, September 07, 1998 at 12:28:42 (PDT)
I hate spam! I wanted to passively strike back at them and wrote the following program to aid me in my quest.
SpamBait (FREE) for Cold Fusion. It creates many "real" pages that spam-spiders love to follow. Each webpage contains 500 random bogus email addresses. A logfile is kept that contains the IP and browser info. If a spider is stupid enough to follow all
of the pages, an optional notification email is sent to the address of your choice. The option to add a "dummy" email address is added so you can see which spammers are using the bogus email address information. All pages contain metatags that state "no
follow" and "noindex".
- Friday, September 11, 1998 at 07:51:56 (PDT)
Just a note to tell you to keep up the good work. I am new to dealing with SPAM but I am going to learn more but I am already a SPAM hater.
As i learn more I would like to offer my help in what ever way I can.
Bud Larkin <Larkin/LAMB Associates@aol.com>
- Saturday, September 19, 1998 at 11:03:28 (PDT)
I hate SPAM...but only after visiting this page have I gotten the satisfaction of getting an E-mail that says, "Thank you for reporting so-and-so, we have deleted their account". Oh...the joy is only too good }:)
Dawn P. <ZoologyDawn@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, September 22, 1998 at 16:06:37 (PDT)
Greetings. Another mallet-wielding anti-spammer sent me your URL. I've added a link to the Hall of Lame to my own web page. I really like your Spam Calendar -- very impressive!
I'm currently planning to redesign my own page to be database driven. After I've finished doing that with the main content, I might start logging my spam filter and kill stats to a database as well, and use it to generate some charts.
Dougal Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, September 23, 1998 at 12:41:34 (PDT)
I like your site, and your comments. You've done a good job, and I applaud you.
I have just one problem with the whole thing. You're using the wrong word for unwanted commercial email. SPAM is postings to newsgroups with the purpose of flooding the news server. I hate spam. But I REALLY REALLY detest unwanted commercial email--it's t
he net equivalent of telemarketing. Best of luck.
- Thursday, September 24, 1998 at 06:45:51 (PDT)
I, for one, appreciate all the work you've down on your Anti-SPAM web site.
So far, with the a little help from your material, and some material that a friend of maintains, I've become much better at tracking this junk down.
Keep up the good work
Todd Hansen <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, October 14, 1998 at 11:21:24 (PDT)
Glad to see there are others out there who hate spam as much as I do. I used to receive tons of the crap from the feedback link on my web site, but thanks to your site and many others, I've been able to eliminate 99% of it. Keep up the good fight.
Kentucky Trailer Trash
- Wednesday, October 21, 1998 at 10:38:51 (PDT)
Dude keep up the good work. I will hunt down Digicom Nationwide and get some info back to you. These guys really suck!
- Wednesday, December 02, 1998 at 19:29:22 (PST)
I hate spam. It wastes everyones time.
I would like to know what I can do as a taxpayer and
domain admin to stop it.
I like your site.
Douglas W. Goodall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, December 11, 1998 at 12:56:04 (PST)
Hey, love the site.
Here's Karen Liddell's homepage:
found it on Metacrawler.
She lists people she claims are using her name without her permission.
She says she has been punished and the USPS is wathcing her mail, but I think she needs to go to jail for pushing that crap on the poor suckers that fell for it.
"you can't con an honest man"--honest people don't go for get rich quick schemes.
Besides, what idiot is gonna send freakin' CASH in the mail for God's sake!
A lot I guess.
- Sunday, December 13, 1998 at 08:33:06 (PST)
I have been receiving more and more spam mail recently. I think the government or a citzen should create a spam group that takes action and acutally makes money off of the spam mail senders. They could let people send the spam mail they received then t
hey could find out who they are and get the $500 in a court of law. It would serve both parties, the people who are spammed and the people who are catching the spammers.
Just an idea
- Sunday, December 13, 1998 at 09:42:22 (PST)
I absolutely LOVED your story!! Yes, Virginia, there is a 'Net Santa! I only wish there was some sort of epilogue at the end of it saying how the idiot called back and you were able to actually NAIL him! Keep up the good fight...RC Ray
RC Ray II <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, December 29, 1998 at 08:35:26 (PST)
Just wanted to say, "Keep up the good work!"
- Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 18:04:03 (PST)
E U T G W
E P H O O
P E O R
D K !!!!! :o)
- Sunday, January 24, 1999 at 19:46:36 (PST)
you are great! if you need anything please call
- Monday, January 25, 1999 at 13:56:17 (PST)
I hate spam. I am a red blooded American male and I have urges but I really don't need the offers to cum see Melissa and her wet steaming [friends] having a great time in a hot tub; all for just $19.95. I have seen all the offers you have published a
s well and they make me nuts.
Keep up the good work!
Darrell Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 06:31:58 (PST)
I AM REALLY GLAD THAT SOMEONE OTHER THAN MYSELF IS NOT GULLABLE ENOUGH TO ACTUALLY BELIEVE ALL THE "BULLSHIT" THAT THESE "GET RICH OFF OF IDIOTS" SITES ARE TOUTING.
JUST WANTED TO SAY THANKS.
- Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 10:56:21 (PST)
Here's a thought. Maybe we should all start forwarding the spam with no headers to our congressmen. When they experienced the log jam on a personal level, maybe they'd take interest in something besides Monica!
Keep up the good work!
Oliver Martin <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at 11:20:13 (PST)
Sorry to bother you again so soon... it is difficult to see all of your site... yes, I will write... it is late now ... no time.... pissed off...yes!! ...screw those idiots...I have felt so frustrated....being inundated withthis crap.... I am only g
lad that some one else is pissed off too.....
Eileen Cotter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 02:15:03 (PST)
You're doing great work here. I just found your site, and I'm trying to figure out how you track down these people. Did anything more ever come out of the taped phone threat?
Regardless, best wishes in your endevors to eliminate unwanted, and unwarrented mail traffic!
Joshua Tharp <email@example.com>
- Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 22:39:59 (PST)
Good job I like your way of thinking . Keep up the good work.
- Tuesday, February 02, 1999 at 18:34:22 (PST)
Wonderful Sight!! I can't wait to learn more about tracking down these losers. I wish there were a way to fine them for every unsolicted email I receive. Maybe then I could quit my day job!
- Thursday, February 04, 1999 at 14:23:55 (PST)
I am so sick of spam rip off mail that I can't even look forward to reading my mail. I was checking out "deadbeat" sites, obviously from the name of my company... (searching for appropriate advertising venues). I think your site is great, and honestly
the only ones who really won't enjoy it are the damn spammers!
- Monday, February 08, 1999 at 21:43:30 (PST)
spam, unfortunately was a staple food on thursday nights in our insane asylum. From the 1st bite, and sick sensation I felt, as it oozed out of its horrid coffin and inevitably PLOPPED on the cutting board, it seemed to writhe with life.In closing the
only good that has come out of SPAM, is monty pythons appropriate comedy skit. I think you'll agree that we as a nation should from this day forth,"force-feed ""w/torturous intent" every and all enemies of democracy.' later.
double anti-spam loather <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, February 14, 1999 at 10:54:49 (PST)
Keep up the great work!!
Steve the spam hater <Nukeemail@example.com>
- Sunday, February 14, 1999 at 13:34:27 (PST)
What a great service you provide!I cannot believe how low some people will stoop to make a buck. They abandon their very souls to grow rich monetarily.If only they knew the real richness in this life is what you give to people. Thanks for your site...I
Kim O'Neill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, February 21, 1999 at 19:15:02 (PST)
I received the "WORLD CURRENCY CARTEL" spam at my office e-mail address and after investigating, I thought you may want to know it is still being used. THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK.
- Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 09:16:18 (PST)
Thank you. If these jerks would just ask if they may use your email address or remove it from their lists when requested, things would be far less of a problem. So now it's war. I just want to be left alone.
Personally when I get a junk mail I fire off a horrible letter to the business who thinks it is going to get a customer. Only when they realise that the hatrid generated by junk mail isn't worth it, then they will hopefully stop. There should be no need
for such a site as yours and until we make it unprofitable for spammers they will continue. Spammers deserve ANYTHING i we can thing we can think of, no matter how evil. Good Luck.
- Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 10:23:32 (PST)
Wonderful site and enjoyed the visit. I HATE SPAM!
Arthur Gould <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, March 17, 1999 at 16:55:07 (PST)
Sicne I have just discovered the wonderful hobby of spammer hunting I now look forward to receiving spam just to report it! I have disabled all my filters and use my correct email address when posting on the news groups.
So far (and I haven't been doing this for four days now) I have had one spammers email address disabled AND got the ball rolling at the postal service for mail fraud on a pyrimid scheme!
God, is this fun or what?
- Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 14:45:54 (PST)
Keep on rockin'. sheer class.heh heh heh......................
Tia Morton <Tia@willowv.freeserve.co.uk>
- Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 13:26:41 (PST)
I as well recieve numerous spammings per week. I just recently got the pheromones one -again-. How are you able to track down these people? You're website's cool.
- Thursday, March 25, 1999 at 11:33:28 (PST)
Digicom is back with the same Merchant Account solicitation. The only difference between what you've posted and the notice I received is the contact phone number and the originating e-mail address. The body of the notice is identical, word for word.
Here is the new info:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (I tried tracking it down, but the address no longer exists, if it ever did)
Phone Number: 1-800-600-0343 Sales Ext. 2706
I'm very thankful I found your site first before wasting my time grilling them with questions. This is the business that I am in (transaction processing) and I was very skeptical of the volume of sales pitches, undocumented stats, and lack of contact nam
es or even a company name. It just looked bogus, and, sure enough, it is. Thanks.
J. Duncan <email@example.com>
- Monday, April 05, 1999 at 09:23:15 (PDT)
This site is being bookmarked and I foresee many references to it. This site will be my teacher in fighting back....don't ever go away!
- Tuesday, April 27, 1999 at 13:53:05 (PDT)
Hey, here at WatchDog we support you 100%. Please check out our website, we have started webpages on SPAMMERs in 2 categories: (1) Reg. Spam Mail; and (2) Porno Spam. Let me know what you think of our website. Keep up the good work.
- Thursday, May 13, 1999 at 23:00:46 (PDT)
i'm sick of spammers who think they have the right to steal my private e-mail address and blast me with unsolicited mail. Why should i pay for and spend time downloading their shit before i can read my mail. I am all for anti-spamming sites. give the b
astards a taste of their own medicine!!!
- Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 07:43:07 (PDT)
I've often wondered where the hell these spammers are coming from and really enjoyed looking up and researching all the trash that somehow gets sent to me.
Keep up the traces, they're very imformative.
Death to spammers,
Gabriel A. Mazzo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 11:39:55 (PDT)
Nice site, wish there was more though. I hate spam. One type especially - the "according to some American law this is legal you know" type, Im not American, and I dont care - if I want their opinion - Ill ask for it. I subscribe to lists and get many a
dverts, with nice "Postmaster Direct Mailing - This is not spam" logos at the top - thats the way it should be. I know I can get rid of them if they annoy, but they are always going to be of a higher quality than the usual spam nonsense. I maybe want to m
ake a million, but Ill type that phrase into a search engine if I do - dont harass me with it 10 times a day. :) Anti-Spam section being added to my own site soon.
The Dreadful Scathe
- Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 13:46:51 (PDT)
Keep up the good fight!
- Sunday, May 23, 1999 at 10:24:50 (PDT)
I love it! Give 'em hell, dude...reading the phone spam threats now...I love it...
- Monday, June 28, 1999 at 16:24:50 (PDT)
you're cool. i hate spam. doesn't everyone? my email address gets spammed at least 8 times a day, and there's nothing i can do about it because i'm on yahoo! mail. fight the power.
- Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 21:05:12 (PDT)
I hate spammers also. Anything I can do to help? I just got spammed at my very private account by Neuport Internet Marketing. I wish that we could do more.
Steve S Lewis <email@example.com>
- Monday, July 12, 1999 at 20:34:03 (PDT)
Good for you! I dearly love to see talent mated with tenacity when it comes to spammers, and you obviously have both. Keep up the good work.
- Sunday, July 18, 1999 at 07:20:16 (PDT)
I'm glad to see such a site! I have been trying to get into the Spam fighting arena for a few weeks now and I think I've hit paydirt. I'm getting plenty of news regarding Spam related issues from the CAUCE Canada mailing list, but they don't do much in
the way of actively combating Spam. I see this is not the case here!
I will gladly join the fight against Spam...I get enough of it to warrant it. :)
Anyway, enough rambling...I love the site and I'll be contributing to it as much as I can!
Blair Scouten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, July 19, 1999 at 11:18:42 (PDT)
i really appreciate your effort to get spam away from the internet.
keep up the good work
- Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 04:08:55 (PDT)
Great job! I agree with you!
I am tired of having to delete 30 spam emails before I can read my regular email. I keep getting the bogus "college diploma" emails, and I am tired of it!
Keep up the good work!
- Friday, July 30, 1999 at 13:13:15 (PDT)
This is a good website - all spammers should be stopped. I utterly hate
spam and agree with your hard line tactics, because only they work.
The best "kill" we've had round here is when somebody hacked the local
University's mail server and sent a porno spam off it to 100,000 people. We tracked him down, he was fined 2000 quid and had his computer smashed up by the police. A note to spammers - this could happen to you.
Spammers are thieves, they steal other computer's services and use them
for their baddly written rubbish.
Spammers are vandals, they don't care about what damage they cause, or
probably even realise it. We should get them all jobs rebuilding mail
servers whose hard drives have fallen over dead due to spam overload.
Spammers are xenophobes - almost every spam automatically assumes I live
in the US, have US funds and a US credit card. Being a UK citizen, I'm
unlikely to ever had any of these. Spam insults me the most this way.
Spammers use broken English, poor spelling and grammer, and hideous HTML
to insult my intelligence.
Kill them all.
- Sunday, August 01, 1999 at 02:31:10 (PDT)
THE INTERNET SPY AND YOU----THIS IS A SCAM? Too good to be true. If I ask them to take me off their list....will I be successful.
Like your page and attidude.
Keep up the good work.
- Saturday, August 07, 1999 at 22:12:54 (PDT)
I love it. I'm bookmarking you right now..
I received the very same judicial spam. Well actually the wife did.
I set up a webmail account with her from my provider. She doesn't even know how to retrieve her mail yet. Much less ask for spam. LOL
F.Y.I. my copy of the spam down in the "quotes from successful people" gives the price at 100$ more and at the bottom there is a 1-500 number to get yourself removed... at 20 cents a minute. I definately like your $500 dollar charge idea. It would suit
these spamming bastards well.
Tom C. <email@example.com>
- Friday, August 20, 1999 at 17:55:43 (PDT)
This is a really fine site.
I have enjoyed it immensely.
Keep it up.
Not L.C. Member #75
David Underwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 23:59:24 (PDT)
My server was used as a relay this weekend for an enormous amount of spam. As you know, the worst part of being relayed off of is the endless amount of returned emails from bad addresses the spammers sent
to. These particular spammers seemed to be dumber than most, in that, they sent all of the messages from the same bogus email account (email@example.com). This gave me a weapon (which I will explain in a bit).
Going through the letter, I found the only piece of traceable info to be a fax number(530-895-8470) for people to submit their orders. They also included a fake company name (cyberdata). Below are the steps I
took in tracking the morons...
1. Called the fax number. It turned out to be an answering service with the option to fax. So I left an ominous message of things to come.
2. Found a free online faxing service and faxed them their own spam about 53 times.
3. Cut the fax number from the message and searched it on yahoo.
4. Search came up with a page by Studio42, who had tracked a spammer with this fax number in feb. of '98.
5. Took the phone info from the Studio42 page and gave it a ring.
6. A woman answered the phone saying "Cycledata.com incorporated..." (Bad move on her part.) I again left a message with my name and phone number (with faith that it was an absolute waste of breath.)
7. Did a Whois on the domain cycledata.com. The following info was displayed...
P.O. Box 4191
Chico, CA 95927
Domain Name: CLASSIC-DATA.COM
Administrative Contact, Technical Contact, Zone Contact:
Scott, Richard (RS25303) action98@PACBELL.NET
(530) 571-1680 (FAX) (530) 895-8470
Scott, Richard (RS25303) action98@PACBELL.NET
(530) 571-1680 (FAX) (530) 895-8470
Record last updated on 06-Jul-99.
Record created on 06-Jul-99.
Database last updated on 1-Oct-99 04:57:33 EDT.
Domain servers in listed order:
How about that! Recognize the fax number?
8. Took the registrant's email plus the main website email and created an auto forward in my mail server. This caused all the returned mail I had been receiving at the bogus "firstname.lastname@example.org" address to be
redirected to their personal boxes. Thousands of returned emails an hour!
9. About 2 and a half hours later I received a call from a "Mr. Fred Wilson" (bogus too, no doubt). He proceeded to demand, in a desperate tone, my server IP's. After which he said, with a quiver in his voice,
"You'll never be tormented again."
I really am not the type to write people about these kind of things, but, I just wanted to extend my gratitude to Studio42 for their help. I imagine it's instances like these that gave you reason for posting the page I
FTM (Face the Music) - Miami <email@example.com>
- Monday, October 04, 1999 at 17:41:21 (PDT)
Hey, saw a link to your Jargon page from the SpamCop NewsGroup server. Quite interesting. Mostly a refresher, though I did learn some things that I felt too stupid to ask on the NANA* groups.
Great site you've got here...keep up the good work!
Pete Stephenson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, October 13, 1999 at 08:34:22 (PDT)
We should build a monument in your honor for what you are doing. Thank you so much. Got to get back to fighting spam, bye!
B J @hotmail.com
B J <hotmail.com>
- Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 21:27:11 (PST)
Jim Tonne <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 11:22:02 (PST)
I hate spam too! In fact, I fight spam every chance I get.... via Spamcop..
Have a great day!
Arthur Gould <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 06:19:20 (PST)
I'm glad to see there are others out there fighting SPAM.
Keep up the endless work.
- Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 01:57:30 (PST)
Webmaster: Thank you for the site!!
"Big Al" (99 deadbeats 08) has been sending me spam for at least the last 6 months, to all my emails. I didn't do news postings, list posting, or etc - I suspect they get emails from web page spidering.
Anyways, Al Schweitzer (spelling unsure) represents himself as Judgement Aquisitions & Recovery, Inc. 888.309.5852. While the 888 was live for the last 6 months at least, I notice this week it just says "Al Schweitzer's mailbox is full".
Perhaps many calls have made him drop the toll-free number. He's called me back before and made veiled threats, one of which he was dumb enough to leave on my machine.
- Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 19:53:59 (PST)
IT IS ONLY YOU AND THE OTHER IDIOT FANATICS THAT DONT LIKE SPAM.
DO YOU WATCH TV
DO YOU BUY NEWSPAPERS
DO YOU LISTEN TO RADIO
DO YOU HAVE A LETTERBOX
DO YOU READ MAGAZINES
DO YOU SEE BILLBOARDS
ALL THE ABOVE IS SPAM.
I DO NOT SEND SPAM...AND I DONT MIND BEING OFFERD THINGS ON THE INTERNET
EVERY PERSON 20 OF THEM IN OUR OFFICE DOES NOT OBJECT TO SPAM
IT IS ONLY IDIOTS , FANATICS, PEOPLE NOT GETTING ENOUGH SEX, NOT LIKED BY THEIR PEERS, LONELY, AFRAID PEOPLE LIKE YOU HAVE FOUND SOMETHING YOU CAN COMPLAIN ABOUT WITHOUT HAVING TO PUT YOUR FACE ON TV.
IF YOU HAD TO BE EXPOSED TO THE PUBLIC, YOU WOULD NOT DO IT AT ALL.
HENCE YOU ARE A YELOW COWARD.
CRAWL BACK INTO YOUR HOLE.
PULL YOUR FINGER OUT OF YOUR RECTUM AND SUCK IT, CAUSE ITS THE ONLY THRILL IN LIFE YOU GONNA GET.
WE LIKE SPAM INSTUTITE..YOU'LL HEAR MORE FROM US SOON.
WE DON'T MIND SHOWING OUR FACES ON TV
- Monday, December 20, 1999 at 18:01:18 (PST)
IF YOU ARE ANY MAN AT ALL,
HOW ABOUT ADVISING US OF YOUR NAME,ADDRESS,AND PHONE NUMBER SO WE CAN COME AND VISIT YOU TO TALK MORE ABOUT IT.
YOUR LIKE MUST BE SHIT TO HANG ON SUCH A SILLY ISSUE AS SPAM.
AND YET HAVE A WEB SITE PROMOTING YOUR WEAKNESS AND FOUL ROTTING BRAIN CELLS TO THE PUBLIC.
- Monday, December 20, 1999 at 18:05:08 (PST)
I would like to know how can I help to FUCK spammers??
I hate them and I always parse spammer messages on the Spam Cop web but I would like to make them feel what I feel when I get those messages...
Thank u and I'll be looking forward for your reply..
Albin Klein <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 06:56:05 (PST)
Let's hear it for all anti-spammers! Hurray!!
My idea: why don't some of those talented hackers out there help out by nuking the websites of the worst spammers?
Tom Saylor (info: http://howardk.moonfall.com/saylorfaq.html) is perhaps *the* major Usenet spammer, and runs many porn sites.
Steve Repsis (info: http://www.rahul.net/falk/Rep/) is the notorious "pheromones" spammer and the other major Usenet spammer, and also runs many sites.
Personally, I think attacks on these jerk's sites (until they stop filling Usenet with spam) is a better idea than hassling eToys or trying to jam Echelon....
- Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 15:46:32 (PST)
I like your site, but you are too subtle regarding spam and the vermin that send it. Try not to repress it so much..... Say what you really mean. Don't hold it back next time.
James A. Cooley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 19:25:26 (PST)
I thought I had spam bad but I don't get threating phone calls. I hate spam to but what is worse is @home and AOL. Seems they don't care about spamming at all.
- Friday, January 14, 2000 at 23:51:42 (PST)
Mindspring has completly lost my respect. I dont use their products but I complained to email@example.com over a spam from a mindspring account. Ever since then I have had an auto reply from that account every 15 minutes. I sent to other mindspring helpa ccounts and have gotten no response. On top of that, I still get the automated message. Way to go mindspring.
- Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 14:14:42 (PST)
I appreciate your specific listings and traces of each. They have helped me determine that I have been doing the same, relatively correctly. Just as in this message, I recently used a fake name/ISP in my addy to report the second spam in two days to UU.NET. Thier (UU.NET) response was only to file a complaint against ME, to my ISP. My ISP (silverlink.net) called me, threatening to close my account. Seems they use UU.NET upstream ! Dooh!
- Friday, January 21, 2000 at 20:31:23 (PST)
I fully agree on your stance.
- Thursday, February 03, 2000 at 06:55:23 (PST)
Thank you for standing up to the spammer creeps. I get 5-6 junk mails a day, sometimes more, and nothing I do seems to stop it. It just gets worse. Good luck in your fight. I hate these creeps too!!!!
- Monday, February 14, 2000 at 06:25:36 (PST)
thanks for this page and all the time you have put into it and to working on the spam problem.
i wish that somebody had done this for TV and radio many years ago, maybe there wouldn't be so many stupid programs on that are just there to fill in the time between comercials.
on a related topic, spam advertising that is, i wonder just how much of the internets clogged up bandwidth is being consumed by this crap?
is it posible that if there weren't so many advertisements be carried around in little data packets that we wouldn't have so much lag?
just look at how long it takes the graphics to load for the web page comercials that are loaded in almost every web site you go to anymore.
and i notice that if i walk away from the computer for a moment while browsing some of these pages that if i get distracted and don't come back and log off my internet connection, the damnd html code for the web page has a script in it that send out a request from my machine every few minutes for a new comercial to be sent, and so the modem will stay connected all weekend if i leave it with that web page up accidently.
i suppose i could turn off java scripts, but [and i guess i'm showing my lack of good taste here] i actualy like some of the gee gaws and gimwracks that people do with java, and i want to leave it on without the spammers takeing advantage of me.
then again, maybe it is just part of the price i pay for likeing creative java scripting.
please tell me i'm NOT alone in wishing they weren't clogging up my/our internet with comercials the way TV and radio got trashed out years ago?
and i guess i'll put in my email address so that anyone can send comments on my rant.
i think i'll try looking at the anti-spam web board, too.
ray landers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, March 17, 2000 at 04:49:06 (CST)
Keep up the good work dude...
Let us know what happened to the telephone spammer..
(Am currently tracking one persistant mother who is pissed cos I shut off his isp..).. Good!!
Cog... <I'd rather not..>
- Tuesday, April 11, 2000 at 10:25:48 (CDT)
ALL SPAM MUST DIE
- Monday, July 31, 2000 at 00:03:34 (CDT)
I am impressed---keep it going. Got to rid the net of these scum. I dont know how you can do this by yourself. I would be scared shitless if I got a legal threat. I dont CC the spammer when complaining to their ISP or to the relay they raped and I respect people who can put it in their face.
Joseph Stateson <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, August 23, 2000 at 17:30:46 (CDT)
cool site and I thought I got spam. You get tons more than me but keep up the good work so more will learn how to stop the spam :)
- Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 17:49:55 (CDT)
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