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Has your spam porn-mails increased after joining certain sites, even though you said no to mails?

Type: General

Submitted by Denner (235)
A lot 54% 27 Votes
A little 28% 14 Votes
No way 2% 1 Votes
Not from joined sites 16% 8 Votes

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50 Votes Total

May 27, 2008

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Monahan (42) My activity on Porn sites began in 2002, and the volume of spam back then was rather high already, but has increased over the past few years.

I can't correlate the spam traffic to joined sites so the increase could just be more spammers out there. But yes, spam has risen dramatically.

05-27-08  06:58am

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Toadsith (48) I generally get about 80 to a 100 spam emails a day, however I've never actually kept track of what sites were causing it. It isn't all that inconvenient. Sure it would be nice to not have spam, but current spam blockers are pretty good.
05-27-08  10:19am

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williamj (9) I think the sites I join are pretty clean and run professionally. I sent a few porn pics to a friend who forwarded my email address and that got me listed and then the junk mail and the spam started. But I'm not surprised PU feel that sites they joined sold their email address. Does Incrediable Pass sound familar. I have no doubt sites sell your email address.
05-27-08  10:46am

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mr smut (42) Strange enough to me that one site I wanted to send me their newsletter almost kills me with the amount of mails they send. It's Met Art to be more precise. I don't think they did anything bad with my mail address but why the heck are they sending several newsletters per week?

Superglam regulary sends mails saying they give away 100 memberships for free to the first to join but it seem like a bad joke to me. Still it is no spam as I asked them to send me their newsletters ...

Best practise is done by ALS. Every few months they send a plain-text mail offering a reduced membership to one of their sites.

I think the risen amount of spam has to do with the fact that one girl from Southern Charms sends her newsletter with addressed "to:" to all her members. She surely never heard about using "bcc:" ;o(

05-27-08  11:29am

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Wittyguy (105) I'm on about my third "free" (yahoo, etc.) mailbox that I use for signing up for porn sites. I have to shift boxes every year or two because the spam just gets overwhelming. I think some of the better sites do not sell but a lot of them do regardless of what they say. Heck, we'll never find out for sure so I guess they figure they can make a few extra $$ by selling their lists.

My question is, has any one actually joined a site because of some spam they got (I never have)?

05-27-08  11:47am

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Drooler (220) I've changed ISP's twice over the past 3 years and went from zero to tons of spam per day in a matter of months each time. I've noticed an uptick in the spam right after joining a couple of sites over the past couple of years, but I have to admit that I didn't check their stated policies on the subject.

I only start paying attention to the policies on future sites to join after the spam starts getting to be a real nuisance. It's a very "reactive" approach.

I will say though that sites which have a no spam policy, such as ALS Scan, have a positive selling point and they are setting the right example.

I've NEVER joined a site in response to spam I got. The ones that spam are usually the "bottom feeders" in the porn food chain and look pretty crappy.

05-27-08  02:06pm

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Pinche Kankun (Disabled) Dude, on my Yahoo! account, I get loads of crap!!
05-27-08  10:45pm

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