WebProNews, iEntry, spammers

CATEGORY: News

WebProNews (no link, you’ll see why…) quite often turn up articles that look like they might be interesting. That must have been why I signed up for their email list (which I did, I admit), is administered by iEntry Inc. (again, no link). Just recently, though, the mail has got more frequent and less relevent, so I unsubscribed via the link in the mail. And unsubscribed the next day. And the next. Then I mailed iEntry direct. Then I mailed the whois contacts on both domains. I’m still getting mail.

So firstly, don’t sign up for any mail from these spammers. And secondly, given that I’m in France and they’re in the US (I assume) and that having my lawyer write to them isn’t an option, what do I have to do to get off their lists?

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