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Author:  aDam [ Sat Aug 23, 2003 10:22 pm ]
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Although they mostly have confirmations e-mails or unsubscribe information so it's sort of pointless. Anyway here's the kind of stuff I got:

(I got 6 variations of this one because they have different lists)
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Subject: Welcome to Just Deals

Thanks for trying our free newsletter, Just Deals.

New editions are mailed on average of twice each month to keep you
informed of special deals available on Powells.com -- hand picked bargains
from our Sale and Used aisles that we think may be of interest to a
discriminating reader like yourself.

We hope you enjoy Just Deals, but by all means, unsubscribe if you don't.
You'll find handy "get me off this list" instructions in the footer of
every edition.

Till next time, enjoy your reading.

Sincerely,
the folks at Powell's Books

http://www.powells.com

<><><><><><><><><><><><>

To unsubscribe, change your mailing address, or subscribe to Powells.com's
"Just Deals" at another address go to
[URL=https://www.powells.com/cgi-bin/newsletters/list_manager?email=aDam@***.com


And this which I obviously didn't respond to:
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Subject: Response Required to Activate Subscription!

Thank you for subscribing to PC World's FREE e-mail newsletters! In order to start receiving your e-mail newsletters, PLEASE REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE IMMEDIATELY.

It's simple!
1) Just hit the "REPLY" button of your e-mail application. (Be sure that your e-mail application creates the reply message with the same "Subject:" line which was in our verification message to you.)
2) Then hit the "SEND" button of your e-mail application.
3) You're done. No need to write a message.

Within a few days after you reply, PCWorld.com will begin sending you the following FREE e-mail newsletters:

- Best Buys - every weekday


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IF YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED THESE FREE E-MAIL NEWSLETTERS, PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE! Instead, if you wish you may forward this message to us at webmaster@pcworld.com to report the problem. Please be sure to put the words "Unsolicited Subscription" in the subject line of the e-mail. Please be assured that as long as you do not reply to this message, the subscription will not be activated.

We do not send unsolicited e-mail of any sort and do not wish to send PCWorld.com newsletters to anyone who did not specifically request them.

Thanks again for subscribing!


And this:
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Subject: Subscription Confirmation

Welcome to TechWeb Newsletters:

Your subscription was received on: Saturday, August 23, 2003

Subscription Address: aDam@***.com

Subscribed to:

- TechWeb Business Applications (HTML)
- TechWeb Mobile & Wireless (HTML)
- TechWeb Security (HTML)
- TechWeb Networking (HTML)
- TechWeb E-Business (HTML)


UPDATE YOUR ACCOUNT

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This just didn't have the feel of spam. Especially the way the e-mails were coming in every few minutes. Not like an automatic process but like someone manually signing me up for all this stupid shit.

I just wish there were a small enough number of people that hated me so that I could have some sort of idea of who's doing this to me.

Oh and if the person who signed me up for these is reading this I hope your mother drowns in her own shit.

Author:  aDam [ Sun Aug 24, 2003 7:34 am ]
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For any cock smacks who think this is just run of the mill spam I received 74 notifications about new used books today.

Author:  Darth Croweus [ Wed Aug 27, 2003 3:31 pm ]
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That's evil. Even I wouldn't do that and I murdered my best friend.

Author:  vwgolf259 [ Thu Aug 28, 2003 10:05 pm ]
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last week I got to work and had 108 messages from various crap sources...it's such a pain! :angry:

Author:  aDam [ Fri Aug 29, 2003 10:59 pm ]
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Luckily my work e-mail has no spam on it. I'm not signing that up for anything.

Author:  Darth Croweus [ Sat Aug 30, 2003 3:55 pm ]
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I have three e-mails that are all spammy free. I think it's 'cos I'm lucky.

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