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Topic: OT Fwd: Great opportunity in the coffee industry! (3 msgs / 47 lines)
1) From: Rich
Just respond from one of those free email addresses.  Respond and cancel.  Think gmail.  The 
company that sent the email in question probably bought a filtered list of people who would be 
receptive to the type of email that was sent.  There are several companies providing these lists.  Ever 
hear of InfoUSA?  If it were me, and it is not, I would contact them and determine the real source of 
my email address.  That is the person that you have a complaint with.
On Thu, 21 Jun 2007 18:17:05 -0500, Michael Vanecek wrote:
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2) From: Aaron
I doubt you'd find out where they got their e mail list from besides ... 
'some company online'.
If you want to have fun, get a hot mail account and play, otherwise it's 
not worth the effort and you really don't want to use your real e mail 
account as it has been said before, that just verifies it's a real 
account and not some pot head making up a bunch of names to sell.
Aaron

3) From: Rich
Most REPUTABLE companies will tell you were they obtained your email address from.  They are not at 
all interested in finding out how much bad press you can generate for them.  I have found them to be 
most accommodating...
Phone calls from "Card Services" however are very hard to track down and stop.
On Thu, 21 Jun 2007 20:57:44 -0400, Aaron wrote:
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