I received this Stock Spam below from a POS spammer who stole one of my email addresses.
Envelope-to: (one off my email addresses)
Delivery-date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 11:05:30 -0500
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for (one off my email addresses); Wed, 10 Oct 2012 11:05:30 -0500
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From: “William Ramos” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <one off my email addresses>
Subject: It Is Our New Breakout Sub Penny Trade Alert!
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 18:56:45 +0200
Seems like SMA_A is severing through shorters at the $0.09 spot and is in
position to escalate past $0.15 this week! We can shove these shorters off
the edge and we will all cook up a considerable profit on SMA_A!
Trade: Wednesday, October 10
OTC: SMA Alliance, Inc.
Get it at: $.12
This week SMA_A publicized a release of a secondary office in Florida as well
as a agreement with Lexus (BMW and Mercedes expected in Q4) to probably use proprietary SMA_A tech at their locations across the globe!
It’s amazing how these bastards manage to steal email addresses which has never been published anywhere and used only to sign up for 1 account.
If you receive similar Stock Spam, you should report it to the company being mentioned in the spam. You can find their contact info by doing a search on the net.
Also file complaints to Spamcop, the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission to get EVEN with the Spammer
Here’s their contact info;
Securities and Exchange Commission: http://www.sec.gov/complaint/tipscomplaint.shtml and enforcement @ sec.gov
Federal Trade Commission: SPAM@UCE.GOV