jakebohall - 1:45 pm on Jun 10, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: martinibuster at 2:57 pm (utc) on Jun 10, 2013]
Garya.... you have to look at it from a perspective of percentages, not volume. Everyone is going to naturally obtain a percentage of bad/spammy looking links from varying sites (sites that do hosting/whois style data, domain drop data, automated directories, etc..).
If you have a large portion of links with specific anchor text, that is where you start running some risks.
You might want to drop your domain into the free tool on this page and see how things look - [removeem.com...] - In full disclosure, Virante (my employer) owns Remove'em... You can also extract this type of data from ahrefs [ahrefs.com], opensitexplorer [opensiteexplorer.org], majestic [majesticseo.com], and several other link tools.
[edit reason] Added links to backlink checking tools. [/edit]
[edited by: martinibuster at 2:57 pm (utc) on Jun 10, 2013]