Spammer Accused Of Stalking Anti-Spammer

from the dirty-business-that-spam dept

Not quite sure what to make of this, but it’s a continuation on last week’s story about the spammer who is now getting tons of junk snail mail thanks to the folks at Slashdot. It seems that anti-spammer, Rich Clark, who lived near the address of spammer Alan Ralsky, decided to stop by and take some pictures of the “house that spam built” for a website. He claims that someone followed him home afterwards and started leaving threatening calls on his answering machine, even telling him personal information like his driver’s license number and the bank his car was financed through. Ralsky, of course, denies he has anything to do with it. By the way, it seems that Ralsky has realized how dumb he sounded last week about all that junk mail, and has changed his tune. Last week he said that he was being “harassed” by all the junk mail. This week he says, “I just toss them right into the wastebasket. It doesn’t bother me.”

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