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Toll Free Tel: (877) 672-9048

Email: la***********@earthlink.net

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La***********@earthlink.net wrote:
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Lacz Marketing Group

Toll Free Tel: (877) 672-9048

Email: la***********@earthlink.net
Not only does he spam the newsgroup, he does it twice in three
minutes! Use the 877 number to tell him what you think of this.
Remember, he pays something for each call received. Make it
unprofitable.

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Available for consulting/temporary embedded and systems.
<http://cbfalconer.home.att.net>
Nov 16 '06 #2

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CBFalconer wrote:
La***********@earthlink.net wrote:
>>Lacz Marketing Group

Toll Free Tel: (877) 672-9048

Email: la***********@earthlink.net


Not only does he spam the newsgroup, he does it twice in three
minutes! Use the 877 number to tell him what you think of this.
Remember, he pays something for each call received. Make it
unprofitable.
What makes you think it's *his* number? A plausible way to
make trouble for someone might be to get the wrathful Netizens to
make a lot of calls to the victim's incoming-charge 'phone. Sort
of like the old revenge ploy of putting your enemy on the mailing
lists of assorted oddball organizations whose coupons appear in
the backs of sleazy magazines. (Or so I'm told, ahem.)

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Eric Sosman
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Nov 16 '06 #3

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Eric Sosman wrote:
CBFalconer wrote:
>La***********@earthlink.net wrote:
>>Lacz Marketing Group

Toll Free Tel: (877) 672-9048

Email: la***********@earthlink.net

Not only does he spam the newsgroup, he does it twice in three
minutes! Use the 877 number to tell him what you think of this.
Remember, he pays something for each call received. Make it
unprofitable.

What makes you think it's *his* number? A plausible way to make
trouble for someone might be to get the wrathful Netizens to
make a lot of calls to the victim's incoming-charge 'phone.
Sort of like the old revenge ploy of putting your enemy on the
mailing lists of assorted oddball organizations whose coupons
appear in the backs of sleazy magazines. (Or so I'm told, ahem.)
Because the recorded message on that number identifies the same
outfit.

--
Chuck F (cbfalconer at maineline dot net)
Available for consulting/temporary embedded and systems.
<http://cbfalconer.home.att.net>
Nov 16 '06 #4

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CBFalconer wrote:
>
Eric Sosman wrote:
CBFalconer wrote:
xxx wrote:

Lacz Marketing Group

Toll Free Tel: xxx

Email: xxx

Not only does he spam the newsgroup, he does it twice in three
minutes! Use the 877 number to tell him what you think of this.
Remember, he pays something for each call received. Make it
unprofitable.
What makes you think it's *his* number? A plausible way to make
trouble for someone might be to get the wrathful Netizens to
make a lot of calls to the victim's incoming-charge 'phone.
Sort of like the old revenge ploy of putting your enemy on the
mailing lists of assorted oddball organizations whose coupons
appear in the backs of sleazy magazines. (Or so I'm told, ahem.)

Because the recorded message on that number identifies the same
outfit.
But, who's to say that "Lacz Marketing Group" actually posted it?
I could post the 800 number of someone I didn't like, claiming to
be that person, in the hopes that outraged netizens would call it
and cost my "victim" lots of money.

Given your statement I assume you called the number? Did you ask
if they were the ones spamming? (Not that I would expect to get
an honest answer if the are spammers, mind you.)

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Nov 16 '06 #5

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On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 10:50:28 -0500, Kenneth Brody
<ke******@spamcop.netwrote:
>CBFalconer wrote:
>>
Eric Sosman wrote:
CBFalconer wrote:
xxx wrote:

Lacz Marketing Group

Toll Free Tel: xxx

Email: xxx

Not only does he spam the newsgroup, he does it twice in three
minutes! Use the 877 number to tell him what you think of this.
Remember, he pays something for each call received. Make it
unprofitable.

What makes you think it's *his* number? A plausible way to make
trouble for someone might be to get the wrathful Netizens to
make a lot of calls to the victim's incoming-charge 'phone.
Sort of like the old revenge ploy of putting your enemy on the
mailing lists of assorted oddball organizations whose coupons
appear in the backs of sleazy magazines. (Or so I'm told, ahem.)

Because the recorded message on that number identifies the same
outfit.

But, who's to say that "Lacz Marketing Group" actually posted it?
I could post the 800 number of someone I didn't like, claiming to
be that person, in the hopes that outraged netizens would call it
and cost my "victim" lots of money.
If that's the case, the perpetrator went to a good deal of trouble,
posting in different groups in several different languages.
>
Given your statement I assume you called the number? Did you ask
if they were the ones spamming? (Not that I would expect to get
an honest answer if the are spammers, mind you.)
The number appears to be only a contact collector. No live people.

I think the simplest answer is the most likely. "Lacz Marketing Group"
are spammers.

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Al Balmer
Sun City, AZ
Nov 16 '06 #6

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Al Balmer <al******@att.netwrites:
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 10:50:28 -0500, Kenneth Brody
<ke******@spamcop.netwrote:
[...]
>>But, who's to say that "Lacz Marketing Group" actually posted it?
I could post the 800 number of someone I didn't like, claiming to
be that person, in the hopes that outraged netizens would call it
and cost my "victim" lots of money.

If that's the case, the perpetrator went to a good deal of trouble,
posting in different groups in several different languages.
Yes. It happens.

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San Diego Supercomputer Center <* <http://users.sdsc.edu/~kst>
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Nov 16 '06 #7

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