Re: [OT but important] Re: Claim your Free 4-In-1 Super Pen,it's beenpaid for by...
From: Donald Hosford <Hosford.Donald@a...>
Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2001 02:49:34 -0400
Subject: Re: [OT but important] Re: Claim your Free 4-In-1 Super Pen,it's beenpaid for by...
What really puzzles me about this SPAM business, is occasionally I would
that didn't have my address on it...Without my address, how did I
Seems impossible....but there it is.
> Glenn M Wilson wrote:
> > (may be forged)) by scotch.csua.berkeley.edu (8.11.1/8.11.1) with
> > f5SGLc934582 for <gzg-l@lists.CSUA.Berkeley.EDU>; Thu,
> > 28 Jun 2001 09:21:38 -0700
> > X-Juno-Line-Breaks: 2-48,50-306
> > References: <email@example.com>
> > This isn't me! I am paranoid I know, but has anybody been receiving
> > e-mail from 'triphibious' or is this just a @#&% advertisement sent
> > me and is a (new to me) standard practice in the e-industry?
> > And yes I plan to get 'unlisted' ASAP.
> > Gracias,
> > Glenn/Triphibious
> > This is my Science Fiction Alter Ego E-mail address.
> I get spam e-mails quite frequently that were apparently sent by me. I
> contacted my ISP and was informed that it's quite common now among
> use the e-mail address of the recipient as the sender to fool spam
> It's much more common among free e-mail providers (Juno, Hotmail,
> Hope that helps.
> Brent Wolke