Roguish Casino Rewards Spam

funky_seagull

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 1, 2008
Location
scotland
I think casino rewards are aiming to beat the world record for spam. And don't realize how much everyone hates it and how it makes their company look like the contents of said tin.

The subject in the spam emails are getting creepy. They now include my full name and address. Dear XXXX at XXXXXstreet 1000 free.

I even get their junk in the post. It is almost to the point were I worry they might actually knock on my front door.

They seem to know everything about me, and I would really like to know where they got this information from as I have never registered or played in any of their casinos. I'm guessing it is information passed on by another casino group I am a member of, but I don't have a clue which one. I am always careful to make sure any boxes are either checked or unchecked when it comes to sharing my details with third parties.

I have emailed Ryan at casino rewards many times, and now the casino rewards anti-spam email address no longer seems to exist, so I assume they don't mind spam and perhaps are encouraging it...


copy and paste of bounced email request to stop spam sent to Ryan.

This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.
A message that you sent has not yet been delivered to one or more of its
recipients after more than 48 hours on the queue on imperial.sout.netline.net.uk.


The date of the message is: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 03:11:47 -0000

The addresses to which the message has not yet been delivered are:

Ryan@RewardsAffiliates.com

No action is required on your part. Delivery attempts will continue for
some time, and this warning may be repeated at intervals if the message
remains undelivered. Eventually the mail delivery software will give up,
and when that happens, the message will be returned to you.


( the message was returned to me.)
 

slotplayer

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
webmeister
Joined
Oct 11, 2006
Location
USA
Ryan was the CR Affiliate Manager and left about two years ago so that might explain the bounce. (If it's the same Ryan)

I received a promo the other day, but read it rather quickly and then deleted it. They actually called me up as I haven't played in over two months but I wasn't home and then sent me a follow up email indicating they called. As far as MG casinos go I always felt they were pretty generous with the free bonus chips.
 

funky_seagull

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 1, 2008
Location
scotland
Ryan was the CR Affiliate Manager and left about two years ago so that might explain the bounce. (If it's the same Ryan)

I received a promo the other day, but read it rather quickly and then deleted it. They actually called me up as I haven't played in over two months but I wasn't home and then sent me a follow up email indicating they called. As far as MG casinos go I always felt they were pretty generous with the free bonus chips.

The thing is as tempting as the offer is. And as generous as they seem. If I join them it means I am condoning spam. And I hate spam. As I am getting nowhere with stopping it. There isn't even an unsubscribe link in the endless daily emails they are sending me. I thought maybe starting this thread would shame them a bit.
 
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