This is one person you want to report for Spamming.
**This email only applies to anyone on my mailing list
prior to December 15, 2008.
Someone named Justin Case has stolen an OLD copy of one my mailing
lists dating back to December 15, 2008. On Friday he sent out a mailing piece
to this list promoting another Internet Guru named Robert Grant. Rest assured
that he ONLY has a list of first names and email addresses. He has no customer
information of any kind.
In the email Justin makes the typical outrageous income claims floating around
the net and asks for your 'wish list' about what you'd like to know about social
networking before you receive their invitation to a special webinar. He also alludes
to the fact that he and Robert know something's about Facebook that I don't.
What amazes me, and what everyone should question, is why these two Internet
experts with all their experience and income claims, had to resort to using one of
my OLD Lists to secure business.
Please check your mail records for Friday and simply forward Justin's email
with your Spam complaint to email@example.com. as well as your ISP and mail server.
The FTC uses the spam stored in this database to pursue law enforcement actions
against people who send deceptive email.
Should you receive any additional business solicitations from Justin or Robert,
your best response would be to file a "Spam Complaint" with your ISP or mail
When enough people on my list report Justin for Spamming, he'll disappear
like thousands of other Internet wanna be's who haven't learned that there's
a right way and a wrong way to do things.
The Father of Social Networking
P.S. Please join me on one of the two remaining free webinars I'm conducting
today about Social Networking Mastery
Monday, Sep 28, 2009
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
10:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT
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