UCE Complaint

Sally Springett sspringe at rochester.rr.com
Sat Jul 30 12:58:04 EDT 2005


Do you truly not know that viruses highjack address books and when you get 
unwanted mail from a stranger chances are said stranger hasn't a clue?

At 12:35 PM 7/30/05, you wrote:
>You have sent the attached unsolicited e-mail to my
>e-mail account.
>
>I do not wish to receive such messages in the future.
>Please remove my name from your lists immediately.
>
>
>You have sent the attached unsolicited e-mail to my
>e-mail account.
>
>I do not wish to receive such messages in the future.
>Please remove my name from your lists immediately.
>
>
>You have sent the attached unsolicited e-mail to my
>e-mail account.
>
>I do not wish to receive such messages in the future.
>Please remove my name from your lists immediately.
>
>
>You have sent the attached unsolicited e-mail to my
>e-mail account.
>
>I do not wish to receive such messages in the future.
>Please remove my name from your lists immediately.
>
>
>You have sent the attached unsolicited e-mail to my
>e-mail account.
>
>I do not wish to receive such messages in the future.
>Please remove my name from your lists immediately.
>
>
><div>As a book hunter, I have always been amazed how many dog training
>books are chewed and tooth-marked. It is an easy guide to which
>training books actually work!</div>
><div>&nbsp;</div>
><P style="MARGIN: 0px">Neal<BR><A
>href="mailto:ReadingStore at TheBookScene.com">ReadingStore at TheBookScene.com</A></P><BR><BR>
><BLOCKQUOTE style="PADDING-LEFT: 8px; MARGIN-LEFT: 8px; BORDER-LEFT:
>blue 2px solid"><BR>-------- Original Message --------<BR>Subject: Re:
>Reversed title on spine<BR>From: Scot Kamins
>&lt;kamins at dogeared.com&gt;<BR>Date: Fri, July 29, 2005 7:05 pm<BR>To:
>modlib at algol.owu.edu<BR><BR>On Jul 29, 2005, at 3:37 PM,
>&lt;modlib at alltel.net&gt; wrote:<BR><BR>&gt;
>Scot,<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;&gt; (I say "oddly" because it's a common
>title,<BR>&gt;&gt; and my database says I have
>it.)<BR>&gt;&gt;<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; Maybe Charlie the Lab checked it out
>of your library and is reading &nbsp;<BR>&gt; it?<BR>&gt;<BR>This is
>possible. He is a remarkably slow reader though (he moves his
>&nbsp;<BR>lips when he reads), and I'm afraid I won't see it for a
>while. I &nbsp;<BR>hate when he borrows my books - talk about dogeared
>pages - he chews &nbsp;<BR>the corners off. </BLOCKQUOTE>





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