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Does spamming pay?

February 27th, 2006

A small internet service provider (ISP) is rewarded for blowing the whistle on a spammer.

The small ISP network, CIS Internet Services, of Clinton, Iowa, has just won one of the largest payouts ever extracted from a spammer. The total amount won in the suit is $11.2 billion.

James McCalla, of Florida, was found to have sent more than 280 million illegal and unsolicited e-mails advertising mortgage and debt consolidation services through the ISP’s network.

Prosecutors argued that under state law in effect at the time, CIS was entitled to $10 per illegal e-mail.

Helpful hint and reminder.

February 15th, 2006

Read on for some useful information regarding the way some people tempt others into being a victim.

Every day, American consumers receive offers that just sound too good to be true. In the past, these offers came through the mail or by telephone. Now the con artists and swindlers have found a new venue to pitch their frauds—the Internet. The on-line scams do not have national borders or boundaries; they respect no investigative jurisdictions. But, as with all scammers, they have one objective – to separate you from your money!

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