I received a spam email today from a James E (noreply@XXXXXXXXXXXXX.com)with a full page creative from Stamps.com.
Will whoever owns XXXXXXXXXXXX.com step up and take the whipping you deserve? All I can say is you are some kind of idiot to claim that the email address used (one that I put on to receive recipes from users) was part of any opt-in list. I alerted Stamps.com to your actions and hopefully your affilitation with them and any other respectable merchants will be terminated. You give a bad name to affiliates everywhere.
"Where a conversion is no accident, it's a miracle."
JAREC & Associates
U.S. Sportfishing News
[This message was edited by Haiko on October 16, 2003 at 11:16 PM.]