Spam mail from online casinos

nutnut

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Ok, one thing getting spam through e-mail, which I can accept, but I got one through post today off casinotopten.com

Now I thought it was a new casino but just some affiliate bollocks sign up casinos.

1) How hell they get my details especially home address
2) How do you report these sort of sites?
 

Casinomeister

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Hit them in their pocketbook. Let the affiliate managers know about the spam that you are getting. You're in the UK and there are strict rules for affiliates sending out emails.

If the affiliate has this information on you, then they have either purchased a list from somewhere, stolen someone's database, or are connected to one of the affiliated casinos that controls that database. It might take some detective work to figure that out.
 

Casinomeister

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Here is a start: Lindar Media - 27-31 Alban Row, Verulam Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4DG.
 

dunover

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If I had the time and patience I'd love to enact the 'Great Spam Sting' and get one of those throwaway e-mail accounts and sign-up at 50 casinos, with differing addies like '[email protected]' [email protected]' and so-on. Then wait 12 months and see if any get spam from other sources. :thumbsup:

P.S. this shower of shite have spammed me today:
Newcasinostoday

Promoting Ridika, one of the scam s-hole casinos operating under 1668/JAZ
 
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