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Here's a new twist on spam. Rather than providing a link to their site, why not include a link from google?

wtf?


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Received: by 10.82.170.10 with SMTP id s10cs105522bue;
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Return-Path: <[email protected]>
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by mx.google.com with SMTP id d23si4099292nfh.2007.08.07.14.43.14;
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 14:44:41 -0700 (PDT)
Received-SPF: neutral (google.com: 200.204.181.205 is neither permitted nor denied by best guess record for domain of [email protected])
Message-Id: <[email protected]>
From: "Tomlinson, Lloyd" <[email protected]>
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Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2007 17:43:12 -0500
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lmao @ their reply. They didn't even look beyond the spamsters landing page.

Dear Sir/Madame

Thank you for contacting Rushmore Casino Support.

We offer up to $888.00 match bonus on your first four deposits.

Please see: xxxhttp://www.rushmorecasino.com/Promotions/888FreeBonus.
for a more detailed explanation.

We checked the information you sent us and we can confirm it was not sent by us or anyone representing us, and we are not familier with it.

we are sorry for the misunderstanding, however we cannot offer you the bonus specified.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any query you may have.

Kind Regards,

Richard
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Mike031

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what? they really answer you?

i've wrote them now about 1 week ago and asked, how can i make a deposit to them, because they don't accept neteller or moneybookers, but i never got any answer from them*lol*

but it looks like, that this is even better so, because they're probably not an accredited casino ;)
 

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what? they really answer you?

i've wrote them now about 1 week ago and asked, how can i make a deposit to them, because they don't accept neteller or moneybookers, but i never got any answer from them*lol*

but it looks like, that this is even better so, because they're probably not an accredited casino ;)

The only answer I received from them was the above email telling me I was basically a liar.

After I pointed it out to them that the casino being downloaded was theirs, they clammed up.

I've yet to hear from their affiliate manager.
 

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The Google spam idea is probably best-guessing an "results algorithm" factor. Some people believe that Google takes into account the clickthru from its search results and factors in whether the user returns to those results and goes elsewhere. The logic being that if a user goes to one link and doesn't return, they probably found a relevant result, thus it gains some "weight" in Google. Enough people do it and the site starts to see improved rankings on those terms.
 

winbig

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The Google spam idea is probably best-guessing an "results algorithm" factor. Some people believe that Google takes into account the clickthru from its search results and factors in whether the user returns to those results and goes elsewhere. The logic being that if a user goes to one link and doesn't return, they probably found a relevant result, thus it gains some "weight" in Google. Enough people do it and the site starts to see improved rankings on those terms.

I've already reported this to google, and hope that others will do the same. Pretty soon their link will disappear and they'll have to keep moving domains.
 

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