March 13, 2009

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Date: Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 11:18 PM
Subject: hey there
To: recipients

hey where have you been recently ? I did not get any mail from you for a long time. Anyway, I found a very quality online pharmacy. I ordered some meds and I got them in 3 days.

Their url : http://www.e-agoyear.com

The FTC addressed the problem on online Pharmacies back in 1999. Back in 2008 they shut down a major SPAM network. Simple proposal: the FTC should create an email address (say DrugSPAM@FTC.gov) to which denizens of the net can forward ads for the “quality online pharmacy” of the day. They can meet with ICANN, revoke some domain names, and add the same degree of hassle to operating a Drug SPAM firm that email users deal with on a daily basis. To add a touch of due process, send a notification requiring response to the proxy service the SPAMers list on the whois and mandate written response within 7 days or the domain is revoked and re-auctioned on GoDaddy with the proceeds going to Universal Health Care. Deal?

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One Response to “ FTC & Drug SPAM ”

  1. Fidel Troglen on January 14, 2011 at 4:42 am

    I was recommended this website by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as no one else know such detailed about my problem. You are wonderful! Thanks!

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