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Spam Suspects: MCG Enterprises, Inc. dba ContinentalWarranty.com & ContinentalWarranty.net

- $17,000,000.00 USD in statutory damages (and counting)

Case Facts:

  Total number of spams sent: 1,180   CAN-SPAM Damages:TBA
  Number of days (776.2(c)): 419   15 O.S. 776.1 et sec: $17,000,000.00
  Number of days (776.7(c)): 261   Other Damages: 0.00
  Total distinct days: 680   Total Damages: $17,000,000.00

spam timeline:

2003/05/21 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 05/21/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/06/01 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 06/01/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/02 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/02/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/03 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 06/03/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/04 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/04/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/06 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 06/06/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/06/09 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 06/09/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/10 - SPAM - Received 14 spams dated 06/10/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/11 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/11/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/12 - SPAM - Received 12 spams dated 06/12/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/13 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/13/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/14 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/14/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/15 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 06/15/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/17 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 06/17/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/24 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 06/24/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/06/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/05 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/05/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/06 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/06/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/09 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/09/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/11 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 07/11/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/12 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 07/12/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/15 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 07/15/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/16 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/16/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/17 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/17/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/19 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 07/19/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/20 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 07/20/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/21 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/21/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/22 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/22/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/25 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/25/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/27 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/27/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/28 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/28/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/07/29 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 07/29/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/07/30 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 07/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/02 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/02/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/06 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/06/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/07 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/07/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/08 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/08/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/10 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/10/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/13 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/13/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/15 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/15/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/17 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/17/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/20 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/20/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/23 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/23/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/25 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/25/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/08/27 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/27/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/28 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/28/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/08/31 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/31/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/01 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/01/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/04 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/04/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/06 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/06/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/06 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/06/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/08 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/08/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/09 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/09/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/11 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/11/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/16 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/16/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/18 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/18/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/19 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/19/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/20 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/20/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/21 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/21/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/22 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 09/22/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/23 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 09/23/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/24 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/24/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/26 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/26/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/09/29 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/29/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/09/30 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/01 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/01/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/02 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/02/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/07 - SPAM - Received 10 spams dated 10/07/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/09 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 10/09/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/10 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/10/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/12 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/12/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/14 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/14/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/15 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/15/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/12 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/12/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/17 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/17/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/19 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/19/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/10/20 - SPAM - Received 19 spams dated 10/20/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/21 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/21/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/23 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/23/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/20 - SPAM - Received 19 spams dated 10/20/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/27 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/27/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/28 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/28/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/30 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/10/31 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/31/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/08 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/08/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/09 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 11/09/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/11/10 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 11/10/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/11/11 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 11/11/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/11/13 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 11/13/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/18 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 11/18/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/20 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 11/20/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/11/21 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/21/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/24 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/24/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/25 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/25/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/27 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 11/27/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/11/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/18 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/18/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/21 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/21/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/12/22 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/22/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/26 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/26/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/27 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/27/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/12/28 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 12/28/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/29 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/29/2003 ($25,000 in damages)
2003/12/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/30/2003 ($50,000 in damages)
2003/12/31 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 12/31/2003 ($50,000 in damages)

2004

2004/01/02 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/02/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/01/06 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 01/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/01/11 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 01/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/01/13 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/13/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/03/23 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 03/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/03/24 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 03/24/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/03/30 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 03/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/03/31 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 03/31/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/01 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 04/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/02 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 04/02/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/04/03 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 04/03/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/04/05 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 04/05/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/06 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 04/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/07 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 04/07/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/04/08 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 04/08/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/04/09 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 04/09/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/10 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 04/10/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/11 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 04/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/13 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 04/13/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/14 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 04/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/15 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 04/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/04/20 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 04/20/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/04/23 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 04/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/05/19 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 05/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/05/23 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 05/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/05/24 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 05/24/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/06/25 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 06/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/06/26 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 06/26/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/06/27 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/06/29 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/29/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/06/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 06/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/01 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/02 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 07/02/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/03 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/03/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/05 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/05/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/08 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 07/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/09 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/09/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/11 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 07/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/12 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/12/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/13 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/13/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/14 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 07/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/15 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/15 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/17 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/17/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/19 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 07/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/20 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 07/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/22 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 07/22/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/23 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 07/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/24 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/24/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/25 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 07/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/26 - SPAM - Received 7 spams dated 07/26/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/27 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 07/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/28 - SPAM - Received 12 spams dated 07/28/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/29 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 07/29/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/07/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 07/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/07/31 - SPAM - Received 14 spams dated 07/31/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/02 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/02/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/03 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/03/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/04 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/04/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/05 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/05/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/06 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 08/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/08 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/09 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/09/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/11 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/12 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 08/12/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/13 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/13/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/14 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 08/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/16 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/16/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/17 - SPAM - Received 17 spams dated 08/17/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/19 - SPAM - Received 11 spams dated 08/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/20 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 08/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/21 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/21/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/22 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 08/22/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/23 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/23/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/24 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 08/24/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/08/25 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 08/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/26 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/26/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/27 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 08/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/28 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 08/28/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/30 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 08/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/08/31 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 08/31/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/01 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/03 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/03/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/04 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 09/04/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/05 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/05/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/07 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 09/07/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/08 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 09/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/09 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/09/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/10 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 09/10/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/11 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/12 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/12/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/13 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/13/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/14 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/14/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/15 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 09/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/16 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/16/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/18 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/18/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/20 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/21 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/21/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/22 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/22/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/23 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/24 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/24/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/25 - SPAM - Received 7 spams dated 09/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/26 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 09/26/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/09/28 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/28/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/29 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 09/29/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/09/30 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 09/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/01 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/02 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 10/02/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/02 - FORM - First response to spam - using the name “Ted Mullings” 2004/10/03 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/03/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/04 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/04/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/05 - CALL - Telephone Call #1 - from Yvonne asking for “Ted Mullings”
2004/10/05 - SPAM - Received 7 spams dated 10/05/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/06 - SPAM - Received 10 spams dated 10/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/07 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 10/07/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/08 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/09 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/09/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/11 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/12 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 10/12/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/13 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 10/13/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/14 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 10/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/16 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/16/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/10/19 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/20 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 10/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/21 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/21/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/22 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 10/22/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/23 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 10/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/25 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/25 - FORM - Second response to spam - using the name “Leon Westerman” 2004/10/27 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/28 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 10/28/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/28 - CALL - Telephone Call #2 - from Sam Valley asking for “Leon Westerman”
2004/10/29 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 10/29/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/10/30 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 10/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/10/31 - SPAM - Received 10 spams dated 10/31/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/01 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 11/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/02 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/02/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/03 - SPAM - Received 11 spams dated 11/03/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/04 - SPAM - Received 14 spams dated 11/04/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/05 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 11/05/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/06 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 11/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/07 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 11/07/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/08 - SPAM - Received 15 spams dated 11/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/09 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 11/09/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/10 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 11/10/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/11 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 11/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/12 - SPAM - Received 16 spams dated 11/12/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/13 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 11/13/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/14 - SPAM - Received 16 spams dated 11/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/15 - SPAM - Received 20 spams dated 11/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/16 - SPAM - Received 11 spams dated 11/16/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/16 - FORM - Third response to spam - using the name “Ronnie Braylee” 2004/11/16 - CALL - Telephone Call #3 - from Monica Madon asking for “Ronnie Braylee”
2004/11/17 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 11/17/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/18 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 11/18/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/19 - SPAM - Received 15 spams dated 11/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/20 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 11/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/21 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 11/21/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/22 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 11/22/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/23 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 11/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/24 - SPAM - Received 12 spams dated 11/24/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/25 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 11/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/27 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 11/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/28 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 11/28/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/11/29 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 11/29/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/29 - FORM - Fourth response to spam - using the name “Joseph Lynn” 2004/11/30 - SPAM - Received 14 spams dated 11/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/11/30 - CALL - Telephone Call #4 - from Amanda Miller asking for “Joseph Lynn”
2004/12/01 - SPAM - Received 7 spams dated 12/01/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/02 - SPAM - Received 5 spams dated 12/02/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/03 - SPAM - Received 18 spams dated 12/03/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/04 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/04/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/05 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/05/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/12/06 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 12/06/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/07 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 12/07/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/08 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/08/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/09 - SPAM - Received 7 spams dated 12/09/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/10 - SPAM - Received 16 spams dated 12/10/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/11 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/11/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/12 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 12/12/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/13 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 12/13/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/14 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/14/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/15 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 12/15/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/16 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 12/16/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/17 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 12/17/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/18 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 12/18/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/19 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/19/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/20 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/20/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/21 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/21/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/12/21 - FORM - Fifth response to spam - using the name “Billy MacEntire” 2004/12/22 - CALL - Telephone Call #5 - from Janet Wilmart asking for “Billy MacEntire”
2004/12/23 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/23/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/24 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 12/24/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/25 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 12/25/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/26 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/26/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/12/27 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/27/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/28 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 12/28/2004 ($25,000 in damages)
2004/12/29 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 12/29/2004 ($50,000 in damages)
2004/12/30 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 12/30/2004 ($50,000 in damages)

2005

2005/01/02 - SPAM - Received 9 spams dated 01/02/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/03 - SPAM - Received 10 spams dated 01/03/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/04 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 01/04/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/05 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 01/05/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/06 - SPAM - Received 8 spams dated 01/06/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/07 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 01/07/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/08 - SPAM - Received 20 spams dated 01/08/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/09 - SPAM - Received 6 spams dated 01/09/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/10 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/10/2005 ($25,000 in damages)
2005/01/11 - SPAM - Received 10 spams dated 01/11/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/12 - SPAM - Received 4 spams dated 01/12/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/17 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 01/17/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/18 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 01/18/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/19 - SPAM - Received 2 spams dated 01/19/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/20 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/20/2005 ($25,000 in damages)
2005/01/21 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/21/2005 ($25,000 in damages)
2005/01/23 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/23/2005 ($25,000 in damages)
2005/01/26 - SPAM - Received 3 spams dated 01/26/2005 ($50,000 in damages)
2005/01/27 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/27/2005 ($25,000 in damages)
2005/01/29 - SPAM - Received 1 spams dated 01/29/2005 ($25,000 in damages)

Quick Links:

  1. Petition The complaint that is pending filing in Oklahoma County District Court.
  2. Original Spam Message (in PDF form)
  3. The form I filled out containing the name Ted Mullings. 10-02-2004
  4. Telephone call from Yvonne (asking for Ted Mullings) 10-05-2004 11:31 am

  5. The form I filled out containing the name Leon Westerman. 10-25-2004
  6. Telephone call from Sam Valley (asking for Leon Westerman) 10-28-2004 04:43 pm

  7. The form I filled out containing the name Ronnie Braylee. 11-16-2004
  8. Telephone call from Monica Madan (asking for Ronnie Braylee) 11-16-2004 11:09 am (This call is especially funny and is completely intact except for her home address which has been blanked out for obvious reasons. At several times during the call I am compelled to “break into song” singing SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM etc.)

  9. The form I filled out containing the name Joseph Lynn. 11-29-2004
  10. Telephone call from Amanda Miller (asking for Joseph Lynn) 11-30-2004 06:20 pm (This is the big one. This call alone ties them to nearly $7 Million in damages!)

  11. The form I filled out containing the name Billy MacEntire. 12-21-2004
  12. Telephone call from Janet Wilmart (asking for Billy MacEntire) 12-22-2004 01:01 pm (This call ties them to another $3 Million in damages! When will these morons ever learn?)

  13. Telephone call to Jack Markom 10-05-2004 01:38 pm
  14. Telephone call to Joe Flynn, CEO 10-05-2004 01:58 pm
  15. Telephone call from Kyra Ulmer 10-05-2004 05:21 pm
  16. Telephone call to Joe Flynn, CEO (where he goes nutso) 10-08-2004 04:12 pm
  17. Telephone call from Steve Lewis (from Spam Central) 10-28-2004 05:11 pm
  18. Other Spam Messages (1156 and counting)
  19. Other Evidence so far

Synopsis

If you have received any automobile extended warranty spam, there is a real good chance that it came from affiliates of these losers in California and Washington state that go by the name Continental Warranty. Do not delete it, KEEP IT so you can file suit on these morons. So far they are the only company to call me back each time I have set a canary trap. So far the statutory damages in this case clearly exceed $10,000,000.00 — not even counting the nearly $200,000.00 in CAN-SPAM fines.

I have a metric ton of spam advertising extended auto warranties. The unusual characteristics of these spams really stood out. To begin with, they seem to have many domains that they are using in their spam campaign. Here are the ones that I am aware of so far:

  • gointernetx.com
  • goonvote.com
  • gooodfuun.com
  • goovertherainbow.com
  • greanrain.com
  • halfadollor.com
  • handoutstart.com
  • happydaysare.com
  • hasslezero.com
  • havemany.com
  • haymojo.com
  • headtoback.com
  • helpradro.com
  • herewegoo.com
  • heywhatup.com
  • hookupget.com
  • howmuchwillitcost.com
  • icanmommy.com
  • idonotyou.com
  • ijustcant.com
  • imoutofmymind.com
  • inandoutnow.com
  • internetdoorman.com
  • internetprotocal.com
  • jacktheanimal.com
  • jackthesleet.com
  • jackthesnow.com
  • jacktheweather.com
  • jerohassle.com
  • jokeofevery.com
  • jumpintoit.com
  • jumpthehoop.com
  • keeperof.com
  • latename.com
  • letitsleet.com
  • likesleet.com
  • likesrain.com
  • likessnow.com
  • limitszero.com
  • lookingmyway.com
  • lottosay.com
  • makemojo.com
  • makethemojo.com
  • managermany.com
  • manymojo.com
  • maybehow.com
  • mojoearly.com
  • moreanimals.com
  • morerain.com
  • morerats.com
  • morereliefnow.com
  • moresleet.com
  • movementhere.com
  • muchlovedog.com
  • mustcomedown.com
  • mustgotowork.com
  • myeyesopen.com
  • myindream.com
  • namethedud.com
  • namethisperson.com
  • needlessnow.com
  • needlucknow.com
  • needmorenow.com
  • needreliefnow.com
  • nodifferance.com
  • noearly.com
  • nomoresleet.com
  • nothingisay.com
  • nowayz.com
  • obstacleszero.com
  • ourrates.com
  • padrodady.com
  • padroone.com
  • padrozero.com
  • pageover.com
  • peoplelostit.com
  • ramondsday.com
  • randydandy.com
  • readingcar.com
  • reupitnow.com
  • ridethegoodtimes.com
  • runoutnow.com
  • savelifemoney.com
  • savemoresave.com
  • savethegood.com
  • sayitantsojoe.com
  • smartasman.com
  • smartaswoman.com
  • soxwonit.com
  • stayandorplay.com
  • stayfornow.com
  • stopgorun.com
  • stratready.com
  • takealeepoffaith.com
  • themscrat.com
  • thinkimcrazy.com
  • thinkimfunny.com
  • thinkimjoking.com
  • thinkimkidding.com
  • tokeys.com
  • tomuchmojo.com
  • tosoon.com
  • tothefarm.com
  • voteforwho.com
  • votewhatever.com
  • voteyourlife.com
  • voteyourpokit.com
  • wantreliefnow.com
  • whatagazebo.com
  • whatdowe.com
  • wheelallaround.com
  • whoismojo.com
  • whospradrosdady.com
  • willshowup.com
  • winnerstart.com
  • youliketoknow.com
  • youlostit.com
  • yourdoingit.com
  • yourvoting.com
  • zeroobstacles.com
  • zmanwalking.com
  • znetmaster.com
At first, almost none of the sites above had any content what-so-ever. They were mostly all blank screens. Now there is no content other than a simple (yet bogus) company name and mailing address on the vast majority of the sites above. How do I know this address is bogus? Just do this Google Search. Currently it returns about 3,800 hits. Now I sorta doubt this building actually houses that many companies (or even individuals for that matter).

8721 Santa Monica Blvd is the location of “Mail Service Center”. They advertise the ability to have a Valid Physical Address for e-mail Marketers supposedly for CAN-SPAM compliance.

Why don’t they just come out and say “Hey, we will help you break the law. Sign up for our snail mail forwarding service.” I’ve got news for them, CAN-SPAM calls for a PHYSICAL postal mailing address OF THE SENDER. A physical address, by definition is the address where a company or individual IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED. (e.g. the street address to the house where you live is a good example of a physical postal address.) A “Mail Boxes ETC./UPS Store” type mail-drop box is NOT the physical postal address of its renter, it is the physical postal address OF THE COMPANY THAT RENTS THE MAILBOX. Duh!

911 Operators count on physical addresses all the time. They have to know where a caller is PHYSICALLY LOCATED to be able to dispatch emergency units to the proper location. Tuscaloosa, AL’s 911 web site (see question #10) gives a pretty good definition of what a physical address consists of:
A physical address is a permanent, unique address that clearly identifies where a property is physically located. Examples of physical addresses include 453 North Road or 98 Pine Street.
Let’s hope the spammers never have a heart attack and need emergency life saving attention. We would hate to see them die because they accidentally told a 911 operator to send paramedics to their mail forwarding service instead of to their real physical location.

Using a Mail Forwarding Service is countermeasures to the max. Since Mail Service Center is not who sent the message, ALL of the spam from “Financial Net Venture Online Corp” violates the CAN-SPAM ACT. Whoever is behind this spam could end up in prison for this violation. Don’t drop the soap!

Legitimate companies don’t try to hide their location. This is partly why their spam is illegal. The email addresses from which this tidal wave of spam has been sent ALL MISREPRESENT THE ACTUAL SENDER OF THE EMAIL. Financial Net Venture Corp. doesn’t even exist. It is bogus. By having all of these web sites (and perhaps many more that I am, as yet, unaware of) these guys could spam until the cows come home and have little chance of losing all of their sites at once.

My earlier guess was that someone in the North Hollywood office went and picked up the spammer’s mail for him or her. Since the mail is simply forwarded from the mail drop then he’s could be in Arizona, Indiana or maybe in Texas. TexasT1.com is where most of the spam coming from the above domains seems to be originating.

The traps...

Trap #1

So after setting a canary trap to see who is behind the spam a rep by the name of Yvonne calls me from a company called Continental Warranty in Seattle and asks for “Ted Mulkins”.

Ted drives a 1999 Mercedes Benz E320 with 64,738 miles on it. This form was filled out on the spamvertised web site “www.YourDoingIt.com”. (Hey, nobody ever said spammers could spell.)

She says that they are a part of the Great American Insurance Company in Cincinatti, OH. She then mispronounces the Canary Trap name again calling me “T. Mulligan”. (Wow, spammers really ARE clueless.) She verifies most all of the other details in the spam trap.

I end the call because she cannot hear a word I am saying. I ask for a call back number and the general manager’s name. She tells me to call Jack Markom.

I call back and talk to Jack Markom and this guy is a real charmer. He basically tells me the email isn’t illegal and to contact the attorney general in my state. The call doesn’t go too awfully well and he ends up hanging up on me.

Trap #2

This trap is set AFTER I get the scary letter from Ronnie Boy (below). I thought it would be interesting to see if they actually did what their attorney claimed they would do, sever their ties with the spammer(s): (quoting word for word from his letter)
“While my client is engaged in internet advertising (email?), they are careful to comply with the so-called CAN-SPAM Act and do an excellent job of policing their vendors to screen out any unethical practices.”

“My client wishes to eliminate spamming perhaps more than you do as it is not good for their business.”
Not good for their business? Here’s a little spreadsheet based on 200 sales people selling to an estimated 1 spam generated lead per hour. Let’s say they close only 1 sale out of 10. Let’s be ULTRA conservative and estimate that they make only $100 USD profit per sale. At this rate they will generate an additional $5.5 MILLION per year IN ADDITIONAL PROFITS. What if they really make closer to $500.00 profit on each warranty? Then that would be an extra $25 MILLION per year. Not good for business huh? Yeah, right. The reality of the situation is that they likely get most of their leads from spam. By the look of my inbox on December 3, 2004, I’ve received another 50 of these things just since November 30. That is an astounding 17 Continental Warranty spams per day over the last three days! Although I have asked repeatedly for these morons to stop they apparently insist on generating additional statutory damages for my lawsuit. What a bunch of idiots.

OK. On with the trap details. Here’s the actual form itself. I said that my name was Leon Westerman and I owned a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 38,612 miles. Sam Valley from Continental Warranty calls me a few days later and repeats all of the info on the form to me over the phone. Here’s what makes this call proof that they obtained my info through spamming.
  • The phone number used on this form has never been used anywhere else for the purposes of obtaining a vehicle warranty.
  • The name Leon Westerman has never been used anywhere else for the purposes of obtaining a vehicle warranty.
  • The particular set of details contained in the form, (e.g. 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4x4 38612 miles, etc.) have never been used anywhere else for the purposes of obtaining a vehicle warranty.
Looks like you guys are caught in a lie. (Remember rule #1, Spammers lie.)

Trap #3

Just a scant few minutes after I get off the telephone with Sam Valley the phone rings and it is Steve Lewis from Innovative Marketing, Continental Warranty’s “marketing company”. I’ve got news for them — There is nothing innovative about spam.

The amazing “Steve Lewis” from LeadExtreme.com

This guy is a real smart cookie, or so he thinks. He has answers to everything and a defense to all spam accusations. This type of talent comes from years and years of practice. He seems to be under the impression that CAN-SPAM pre-empted ALL of state law. He seems to think that since CAN-SPAM talks about forged headers that state law regarding same is pre-empted. This is a blatant case of wishful thinking Steve Lewis. Nothing in CAN-SPAM would indicate that the federal law only allows state laws to remain intact in the case of hijacked smtp servers. We’ll just see who is right when we go to court won’t we?

OK. Here are the details of spam trap #3. This time I target the spamvertised web site www.CarWarrantyProvider.com. I have around 17 of these spams that I have found so far so I fill out this form using a variant of the name of one of my favorite spam lawyers. I use the name “Ronnie Braylee” who drives a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee with over 75k miles. I use an Atlanta telephone number and address.

Little Miss Monica Madan calls me. This girl is a real hoot, she is an actor by night and warranty peddler by day, she was born in India, is half Indian and is originally from Washington DC but has recently moved to N. Hollywood to try her luck at stardom. She is in an upcoming independent film and loves talking about the old Seinfeld series. (The Seinfeld logo is property of Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.)

We talk about everything from lawsuits against spammers to stand up comedians to rubbing potted meat products on the underside of my Jeep. Most of my one-liners go right over her head. She does give me her home address so I can mail her a can of spam to show my gratitude for all the spam CW has sent me over the years. I had a lot of fun with Monica. Once I win my lawsuit against these clowns I will hire her and put her on staff here at SUEaSpammer.com if the bastards terminate her employment. You hear that Monica? You can come to Oklahoma City and work for me.

Trap #4

After all the fun and excitement with Monica I get Amanda Miller, “Miss Personality”, on my 4th Spam Trap.

Trap # 4 is set using the name Joseph Lynn. Joe drives a 2001 PT Cruiser with 45,102 miles on it. This call really pisses me off because it is tied to the domain name www.ExtendedWarrantyProvider.com. I have nearly $7M worth of spam from this domain. Most of it claiming that I opted in somewhere and asked for it. Problem with that theory is that they all are coming to harvested domain name registration email addresses.

Amanda Miller basically has no sense of humor that I can detect. She’s just a little too sensitive in my opinion. Listen to her call when she calls asking for Joseph Lynn.

Trap #5

This call was short and sweet. I talked to yet another CW employee and General Manager.

Trap # 5 is set using the name Billy MacEntire. Billy drives a 2003 Corvette with 18,255 miles on it. This call is worth some major green because it is tied to the domain name www.EZeeChoiceExtendedWarranty.com. I have around $2M worth of spam from this domain. Most of it claiming that I opted in somewhere and asked for it. Problem with that theory is that they all are coming to harvested domain name registration email addresses.

Bob doesn’t seem too interested in the fact that I plan to shut his company down for illegal spamming. Figures. None of these morons think that anything will come of my lawsuit. Listen to the call and see for yourself.

Trap #6

Where oh where will trap #6 originate? Will I use a phone number in Wyoming? Nevada? Will my name be Tommy or Davey? What will I drive in this next spam trap? A Ford Fiasco? Stay tuned to this page for future updates.

Joe Flynn, CEO

My first telephone call to Joe Flynn, CEO of Continental Warranty goes pretty well. It takes place in the early days of this adventure on October 5, 2004. It is refreshing to actually deal with a company that takes spam offenses seriously. In contrast with LeadTerminus, a company who would really rather put me on their do not email list instead of ceasing their spam operation. Although the answers promised by Continental are coming a little slower than I like, at this early stage of the game I am still confident that they will divulge the identity of the spammer(s) to me in the near future.

Unfortunately, I put my hope and faith in Mr. Flynn prematurely. A telephone call with him on October 8, 2004 reveals that he has no intentions what-so-ever of getting to the bottom of the spam problem. Although he claims he is a “straight up and down guy” all he wants to do now is whine about the fact that I have recorded my telephone calls with Continental Warranty and accuse me of committing a crime.

Providian Financial Corp has never complained about THEIR calls being on the internet, and they are in California. This brainiac insists that what I am doing by having the calls online is “against the law”. This is typical of a spammer.... avoid the issue of the fact that they have broken the law and then make up some type of violation to blame me for. tsk tsk. Bad Spammer. Bad Spammer.

Mr. Ronald “E-mail” Braley of
Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson, PLLC


What a piece of work this guy is. He sent me a really scary letter designed to “frighten me away” from taking legal action against his client. It is just too darn bad that it backfired on him and pissed me off even more so than I was already. I sent him this reply.

So far he hasn’t shown sufficient courage to write me back. Figures. The scary letter he wrote seems to have been penned by someone with sizable cojones. Perhaps he is suffering from “shrinkage”. Where are those massive cojones now Ron? Been in the pool lately Ron? When are these ‘a-hole’ attorneys going to figure out that letters like the one he sent me do nothing but energize me into taking action all the more zealously?

From reading his scary letter it would appear that this “attorney” (and I use that term loosely) doesn’t know the difference between extortion and a legitimate out of court settlement offer. Here is a page that explains what an “out of court” settlement is: Read it Ronnie. (Scroll about half way down...) He also thinks that recording telephone calls is a federal crime. What a nutjob. I’ll give you three guesses as to where I put his letter when I finished reading it.

He seems to be under the impression that CAN-SPAM totally pre-empts Oklahoma Statutes Title 15 §§ 776.1 et. seq. Apparently stupid spammers prefer their attorneys stupid as well. Of course, that’s just my opinion. As they say, ignorance of the law is no excuse especially when you claim to be an attorney.

While I sincerely applaud his service to our country while in the Navy, I am not very impressed with his performance as an attorney. I really hope this guy shows up when I take his client to court. NOW THAT WOULD BE FUN! I truly cannot wait to wipe that smug, spam-eatin’ grin off of his face with a multi-million dollar judgment. Ready Ronnie? I am. Let’s do it!

Let’s Get Down to Business

Here are some sample headers from one of the emails:

Return-Path:
Received: from jxtgrdhp.sayitantsojoe.com (228.138.54.66.texast1.com [66.54.138.228] (may be forged))
    by [216.226.24.242] (8.10.2/8.10.2) with ESMTP id i8SDF0P16964
    for <000domainsonly@realwebguy.com>; Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:15:00 -0500
Resent-Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:15:00 -0500
Resent-From: rzwfew@pcxreq.sayitantsojoe.com
Resent-Message-Id: <200409281315.i8SDF0P16964@ns1.webguy.net>
From: "AutoWarranty"
Resent-To: 000domainsonly@realwebguy.com
To: <000domainsonly@realwebguy.com>
References:
In-Reply-To:
Subject: Hi Domainsonly: Save Upto 60% off Dealer Prices on Extended Warranty! iqobrbpaqtmr
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:01:15 -0700
Message-ID: <200409080115.000ufdrzejfecP$ivrcNvsxlP.tfd@pcxreq.sayitantsojoe.com>
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-UIDL: 6+m"!+%P!!\M5"!1JP!!
By sending (or causing to send) email that misrepresents the point of origin of the email as well as sending email that contains false or misleading information, the sender is in violation of Oklahoma Statutes Title 15 Section 776.1(A)(1) which states:
§ 776.1

A. It shall be unlawful for a person to initiate an electronic mail message that the sender knows, or has reason to know:

1. Misrepresents any information in identifying the point of origin or the transmission path of the electronic mail message;

2. Does not contain information identifying the point of origin or the transmission path of the electronic mail message; or
3. Contains false, malicious, or misleading information which purposely or negligently injures a person.

Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies

The biggest lie in the spam industry is
“You are receiving this email offer because you Opted-In at our site or one of our affiliates sites.”
A little more subtle version of this lie is:
“If you wish to Unsubscribe...”
UNsubscribing is not possible unless you SUBscribed to begin with. This is like telling a naked person that they can now get undressed. You cannot get undressed if you aren’t wearing any clothes. The fact that spammers allow you to UNsubscribe from something you didn’ SUBscribe to in the first place is just plain fraudulent.

Spammers are so confident that they can “trick you” into thinking “...Gee, maybe I *did* subscribe somewhere...” that they routinely include this misleading statement at the bottom of their emails in a lame attempt to minimize complaints and legitimize their unwanted emails. The injury to the average person caused by this little white lie is a flooded email inbox that takes hours and hours away from their lives each year just DELETING it all. Spammers always say, just hit delete. Try hitting delete 250,000 times a month. That is how many spams I get a month. If I deleted every single one of them I would have little time to do anything else.

The spammers obviously weren’t counting on a guy like me being out there in cyberspace using unique email addresses EVERY TIME I give out an email address for any purpose. The email addresses I use are coded. Utilizing a system I have perfected over the last 13 years I know *precisely* where each address was obtained anytime I get something that someone claims I “subscribed to.”

Here is a little sample from all of the ExtendedWarrantyProvider.com spams: (magnified for your convenience)





Can you spot the other inconsistency here? The bottom of this notice claims that I can unsubscribe from the list owner that sent me the email yet there is only ONE blanket physical postal address for the campaign: 1054 Centre St. - Suite 214, Thornhill, ON L4JBES. If this one address, in fact, is the SAME physical address for all of these various “list owners” then why are there more than one list owner to begin with? If everyone sending out these email offers are all sending them out from the same physical location, why don’t they just send them out themselves?

The point I am making is this: This email is not CAN-SPAM compliant. It does not contain the actual physical postal address of the sender.

By sending (or causing to send) email that falsifies the transmission information within the email, ContinentalWarranty.com/.net is in violation of Oklahoma Statutes Title 15 Section 776.6(A)(1)
§ 776.6

A. It shall be unlawful for a person to initiate an electronic mail message that the sender knows, or has reason to know:

1. Falsifies electronic mail transmission information or other routing information for the unsolicited commercial electronic message;
or
2. Contains false or misleading information in the subject line.

Liability of the Sender(s)

WebGuy Internet Solutions meets the definition of an email service provider as defined by Oklahoma Statutes Title 15 Section 776.4(5) which states:
§ 776.4
5. "Electronic mail service provider" means any person who:

   a. is an intermediary in sending or receiving electronic mail, and
   b. provides to end-users of electronic mail services the ability to send or receive electronic mail.
WebGuy Internet Solutions wishes to pursue a lawsuit for statutory damages in the amount of $10,300,000.00 (with the ability to later amend and attribute even MORE SPAMS) as provided for by Oklahoma Statutes Title 15 Section 776.2(C) which states:
§ 776.2
   C. If the injury arises from the transmission of unsolicited or commercial electronic mail messages, an injured electronic mail service provider may also recover attorneys' fees and costs and may elect, in lieu of actual damages, to recover the greater of Ten Dollars ($10.00) for each and every unsolicited commercial electronic mail message transmitted in violation of this act, or Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) per day.


Other Spams advertising auto warranties

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-----Original Message-----
From: WarrantyNow [wtyw@roejcj.yourdoingit.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 2, 2004 2:01 PM
To: 000domainsonly@realwebguy.com
Subject: Domainsonly: High Auto Miles, Get an Extented Auto Warranty!




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