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On 8/13/11 7:02 AM, Greg Troxel wrote:
> (Also, I forward every bogus invitation email@example.com, and this
> seems to result in them spending a few minutes giving me
> too-hard-to-believe-its-true claim it's not their fault.)
also forward them to return path.. firstname.lastname@example.org they
get paid to 'certify' that linked in isn't spamming.
enough complaints, and they will stop (unless linked in pays them a
lot.. they we go back to argument about SA scoring all these high
scoring spammers just because linked in pays return path to ignore
complaints).. and, yes, I have gone round and round with return path
about linked in.
they say I must have signed up.. (I said prove it), they could not. it
was a harvested spamtrap address. they said, well, these are not UCE,
they are 'transactional' since it wasn't selling anything, just inviting
me to join. (join what? linked in? a 501C3 non profit charitable
organization? ).. no, a commercial organization.
no, return path should de-certify linked in until they have a button
like the others have' click here to report abuse' /and/or click here to
never get invitations again.
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