> I think they pretty much have to be real - he is actually trying to sell
> magazine subscriptions after all. I believe the profit motive is at work
> here, and therefore the fax # and address are real addresses where he can
> get the faxes and mail in response to his spams.
> [BTW, someone has to be responding to this stuff! I think he would stop if
> he weren't getting some responses.]
> I did try to fax a response to him (I wasn't buying magazines), but the fax
> # uses caller ID - so you can't anonymously spam him in return.
not unless EACH of us send him a fax, and we get other people that are
sick of him to send him faxes too. All of them would come from different
numbers and different parts of the country. PLUS, those of you that have
Sprint's business account could take advantage of "free long distance
friday" and not even have to pay at all!! Same with an email bomb, if we
got several different people to participate, no one could get into trouble
because technically we would only be sending one or two emails. Power in
numbers is astounding ;)
> It would be poetic justice if he were to receive bogus magazine
> subscriptions, however. (If this hasn't been done already - he is probably
> on the kill list for every major magazine!
doesn't he claim affiliation with USA Today?? I wonder what they think
about this, there is a potential law suit right there!