[aprssig] Amateur spam

Jim Duncan jdbandman at earthlink.net
Sun Apr 22 16:26:50 CDT 2007

Easiest thing to do is to open the sourch of the email message and send 
a message to abuse@(domain name) of the originating mail server. They 
usually take those kinds of things pretty seriously and will shut down a 
spammer fairly quickly (unless they're smart!)! He's probably been 
booted from several ISP's already...

Another good one to handle this FOR you is spamcop.com...

Jim Duncan

'Scott Miller' wrote:

> This isn't related to the recent HRO thing, but it reminded me of something
> else...
> Has everyone else gotten as many of these spam messages titled
> 'Radio-Amateurs+ART' as I have?  It's been going on for months.  The
> messages are apparenty from ON4AW, always sent from a different domain but
> most recently from mariaacke at misbuscadores.com.  I've responded every time
> asking for removal, and finally got a response - claiming that they've had
> 175,000 positive responses and that I should just ignore the message or
> remove my email from the internet (hah!) if I didn't want to see it again.
> The message itself is in poorly-written English and links to Dutch-language
> sites with some pictures of old rigs and text on art history.  Certainly
> nothing that warrants mass, unsolicited emails.  I can only assume that it's
> an attempt to drive traffic to the sites, so I won't include the URLs here.
> If everyone else is as fed up with this joker as I am, email them and let
> them know!
> 73,
> Scott
> N1VG
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73 de Jim, KU0G

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