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Jun 11, 2003
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List of 25 Offers Emailers Who've Sent Mail to Spam Lists on Behalf of Legitimate Brands in the Past 24 Hours

SUMMARY: Link to Part I of this Special Report from last week, includes:
a. Why some list rentals can equal trouble
b. How most junk lists are created
c. How to spot if you have rented a junk list: Quick solution
d. 14 legitimate brands hurt by junk lists
e. 22 permission mailers mistakenly reported as junk mailers by consumers
Here's a list of names we couldn't publish in today's
emailed issue of EmailSherpa, because some of the
names on it would have set off spam-filters.

These are all mailers who have sent offers mentioning
or on behalf of legitimate brand names. The offers
all arrived in an email box that only a spammer who
harvests names without permission from the Internet
could have had on their list.

If you rent lists from these particular people
or they are affiliates of yours, you may want to
be aware that, mistakenly or not, they have sent spam
(non-requested email) to us in the past 24 hours:

Cosmic Offers
Inclusive Offers
Brand Directions
e*Biz Media Group
Great Deals Network
DailyWebDeals
Mymailcall.com
NCI Marketing
One Step Marketing
Moonstone Mail
ProtectedMarketing.com
EmailIncentives.com
TheSavingsRegister.com
SuperEmailBargains
Opt-In America
Qualityemail
Utopiad
Xtreme Savings
MightMedia
mydirectoffers.com
emailYOUlike.net
FamilyFirstWeb
WantMoreStuff
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