Tridia and spam
boerio "at" ichips.intel.com
Thu Apr 22 17:33:00 2004
This isn't the first time I've received messages of this type, and I've
tried in the past to politely use their process to get off the list, yet
I remained for the most recent dose. So this time I sent email directly
to the person sent out the message asking them to clean up. I doubt it
will have any positive response. But I feel a bit better about it.
On Thu, 2004-04-22 at 09:04, David Howe wrote:
> Not sure what is happening here, but most of my mailing accounts (including three that only exist as spam traps for filter training purposes and have *never* been subscribed to any list, just had posts made in their name to usenet) just got "marketing" from Tridia with a graphic linked directly from their page (http://www.tridiavncpro.com/email_images/button-black-more-details.jpg) and a target link of http://www.tridiavncpro.com/eC/guy_email/landing-page.php?promocode=TVNCRM042104&g=3D0&f=3D-1 indirectly via http://postsnet.com/r.html
> Is Tridia doing this or have they just made a poor choice of marketing partner?
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