THINK! ONE MILLION E-MAIL ADDRESSES!!!

Rachel Polanskis rachel@virago.org.au
Sun, 27 Oct 1996 21:14:37 +1100 (EST)


hello,
This is possibly the source of many SPAMS...

I wonder how this sort of thing can be defeated?

rachel
(experimenting with mail filtering...)

In article <54uadn$eeg@dfw-ixnews2.ix.netcom.com>,
	sgro12@ix.netcom.com(All-Together Networking Services, Inc.) writes:
> 
> 
>     All-Together Networking Services has stock-piled millions of e-mail
> addresses.
> 
>    We sell e-mail addresses in CD format.
> 
>     You can easily touch millions! Get your product or idea out there!
> 
>    Here's what it costs:
>                        $49.99   half a million  [  ]
>                        $ 88.99  one million     [  ] 
>                        $119.99  two million    [  ]
> 
>    Simple - Easy - No confusing directions. You want exposure? Here it
> is.
> 
>    We accept VISA ** MASTER CARD ** CHECK ** MONEY ORDER **
> 
>    Send to:               All-Together Networking Services, Inc.
>                                          514 Rt. 80, Suite 466
>                                         New Haven, CT 06513
> 
>        Our pricing is reflects the buyer's demand and may change
> December 1, 1996!
>        So hurry and order today!!!
> 
>    Name___________________________________________________
>    Business Name____________________________________________
>    Address_________________________________________________
>    City______________________State_______Zip_________________
>     Country_________________________________________________
>       Phone (           )__________________________________________
>    Credit Card #_____________________________Exp.Date_________
>     Signature________________________________________________
> 

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Rachel Polanskis                 Kingswood, Greater Western Sydney, Australia 
grove@zeta.org.au                http://www.zeta.org.au/~grove/grove.html
r.polanskis@nepean.uws.edu.au    http://www.nepean.uws.edu.au/library/
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