In a previous article about local spammers, I mentioned that we typically figure out how we ended up on a list and then unsubscribe.
This company is a little different – a more unscrupulous bunch. We have no affiliation or contact with them, and their ‘informative’ website provides no contact information.
In a feigned attempt to comply with Anti-Spam laws, they included their address in the spam message they sent to me & gave me the luxury of unsubscribing.
Under Spam laws, companies can send a single solicitation for your business and not get in trouble. But spammers are smart and they use a reverse methodology to keep sending you mail.
Essentially, the impetus falls on you to UNSUBSCRIBE – or you are agreeing to receive their spam from this point forward. It’s a nice work around to the law. By not acting, you agreed to stay on the mailing list.
We are making direct comment on Moneyprime.info for the following reasons:
1) We received unsolicited email and did not know the person sending the mail
2) Their website has no contact information – only a web form.
3) They are using a mail program to send out newsletters – not a legitimate mailing service. While this is not a major issue by itself, it does indicate that they are not choosing a reputable email marketing vendor (perhaps because most vendors restrict blind subscriptions?)
4) Their hosting company, Websitesource.net has multiple abuse reports against it. Click here for more details.
Moneyprime.info is a spammer – they should clean up their act and make their contact information public so we aren’t compelled to publicly comment.