Profiting By Suing Spammers

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Pissed off at spammers? Looking for work because your dot com laid you off? Here’s a great way to make a little money and make the world a better place: sue some spammers. Apparently a few people are doing it and making some money off of it. A lot of times the spammers settle out of court. One guy even set up a paypal account to streamline the process of getting money from spammers. This sounds like fun…

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Roger C. Fountain says:

SPAM Lawsuits Filed

I came across one of my very first SPAM websites about a month ago. One of the suits I filed in Small Claims Court in Texas is against Direct Buy Corporation. The other suit is filed against a large Northern coat adn fur company , Day Furs.

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