I’m forever receiving emails from “bulk email” companies that claim to be “opt-in” but are using addresses that are culled from elsewhere. The elsewhere basically means they’re not real email addresses and could not possibly have been the subject of an opt-in.
After replying to these with an unsubscribe request (on the assumption that they might be legitimate, but have accidentally purchased a dodgy list) I though I’d list them here if the emails don’t stop.
If your name is on this list and you think you’re innocent and can prove it, it will, of course, be removed. If the mail header shows it’s coming from your server and you’ve ignored unsubscribe requests you can explain why. Your protestations will be published along with the other evidence, and Internet users can decide your innocence or guilt.
05th June 2012 Tech Users Centre, Inc. 60 Cannon St. London
05th June 2012 mynewsdesk.com
05th June 2012 Simply Media Network, LTD., 48 Charlotte St, London (aka Comunicado Limited 6/43 Bedford St)
03rd June 2012 panopticsi.com
02nd June 2012 Marketing Empire UK (websitedesigncity.co.uk)
01st June 2012 quickmailing.co.uk (Smilepod, 23 Rose Street
Covent Garden )
01st June 2012 Comunicado Limited 6/43 Bedford St
01st June 2012 domainmail (on behalf of Insured Health)
31st May 2012 National Training Resources Limited
31st May 2012 backbonemarketing.co.uk, backboneconnect.co.uk PO Box 4380 Tamworth.
31st May 2012 Comunicado Limited 6/43 Bedford
29th May 2012 Nuance Communications
25th May 2012 Comunicado Ltd, 6/43 Bedford Street
24th May 2012 Oxeta
24th May 2012 www.datadeals.co.uk
24th May 2012 Comunicado Limited
22nd May 2012 Accountingoffice.co.uk, 199 New Road, Skewen
16th May 2012 Consulmax (emaila-company.co.uk)
16th May 2012 domainmail (webdoctor.org)
11th April 2012 Easymailit.com