> US Federal Trade Commission: another spammer for your investigation list
> Sprintlink: your customer, estop.net aka thephoenix.net aka
> hoster.eroticaworld.net appear to be another group of Florida career
> spammers. They are spamvertizing webpages and have intentionally hidden
> their identity to the best of their (limited) ability. Please enforce your
> AUP and terminate 220.127.116.11/24 / NETBLK-SPRINT-D0110E-1 / ESTOP2-DOM for
> theft of electronic services and trespassing upon a chattel (see AOL v.
> Cyberpromo or Compuserve v. Cyberpromo for court definition of spam
> offences) BTW pls. note that the reply-to address would never get back to
> the criminals.
I have no compassion for spammers, but please note that the "reply-to" address is added by the Extropians List software and was not in the original message. This is done so that all replies to messages coming through this list are redirected back to the list.
-- Harvey Newstrom <email@example.com> <http://newstaffinc.com> Author, Engineer, Entrepreneur, Consultant, Researcher, Scientist.