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Now, if I did some hellaciously high-volume business, they might pause for a split-nanosecond upon reading that... LOL. But hey, gives me a good excuse to go vent some nameless frustration at a deserving target!
They have been spamming for months! I'm sure I'm not the only person getting them. One for each domain name. The last bunch was announcing that I can buy .net and .org domains to match my .com ones. I got more than 75 of those spam-mails.
As far as I'm concerned, this is just continuing their totally mercenary tactics which indicate they've NEVER had anything in mind other than their own pockets.
And of coarse I hit this button on a little 'bot gadget I got at K-mart for my phone that takes over and tells them I don't accept telemarketer calls, and to remove me from their list.
I know telemarketers can go to whois and get the information to annoy me, but could it be that Network Solutions sold a list on CD or something so these phone spammers could feed it right into their autodialers?