This is America. Marketing is essential to industry, always has been, and
will continue whether you like it or not. If no one ever bought these
products, all marketing and related expenses would quickly disappear. Your
best weapon is to ignore it.
But this is a TOWERTALK Reflector. If you don't like the spam, etc., that is
clearly an INTERNET issue. Please take it off this reflector, as you are
creating MUCH MORE bandwidth-consuming blather than they are!
You are a smart bunch of guys. Surely, if you are so irritated by such an
infinitesimal amount of unrelated garbage, you should be able to find a
discussion group devoted to it, where you can share, if you must.
And please don't waste your time with flames. They are worse than spam, and
will be similarly ignored.
73 de Jeff K2KV
From: Bryan <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Friday, December 19, 1997 3:38 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Put it on the Spammers/Telemarketers
> Well, I just got another spam through the tower
>talk reflector. I was on the phone trying to deal with
>a telemarketer who wanted to consolidate my long distance
>phone bills and when I picked up the line that was waiting
>it was a request from a local charity wanting me to donate
>to the local petting zoo. Enough is enough
> This latest spam on promoting a stock for sale from
>IRT listed their 800 FREE phone number.....800-564-0547
>I am sure some of you creative folks can come up with some
>clever ideas of what to do with that phone number that they
>are paying for....How about some ideas? Lets put it back
>on them AT THEIR EXPENSE. 800-564-0547
> I think that it is actually a violation of the Federal
>Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) 47USC~227
>for these folks to send unsolicited advertisments via email.
>How about an attorney that is part of this group look this
>up and tell us grassroots folks how we can respond to this
> The CEO of IRT is
> Richard Rossi
> 555 South Federal Hwy. #200
> Boca Raton, Florida 33432
> Phone 561-361-9227
>Maybe some folks can come up with some Christmas gifts for him.
>Any ideas and suggestions? Come on guys.....lets do it!!
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