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    Default Casino.com how can you allow this?

    I've been getting a huge amount of SPAM from your affiliates for a while now.
    They are using the same method, sending emails from one hit wonder websites which I've never visited nor let them have my email.

    Why are you allowing this? Is it because they do bring players and all you see is $$$??

    Here's a couple of email addresses that keep on SPAMMING me:

    info @ freespinsparty.com
    spelbonus123 @ gmail.com (many different casinos)
    admin @ spinnerpromo.com
    olivia @ freespins-report.com


    This really sucks, and I KNOW that there are more affiliates out there that gets the same kind of SPAM.

    How do they know or emails? Have you sold them?
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    Have you verified those are actual senders or are they just listed as the senders or reply to which could possibly be random from addresses added from the list of recipients from the mailing software?

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    Rick, those are senders. What more do you need?
    Haven't looked up the email headers but I will.

    I'l get back to you about that.
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    Most spammers do NOT use real senders in the email, and often the spam "appears" to come from an account that is an innocent recipient randomly chosen.

    As an example, if the reply to addy is different then the sender, and neither domain matches the domain in the message id it is an indication that the sender might be innocent, but the REAL MAILER (the true sender) is hidden.

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    Will look into that and get back to you.
    But it's all from the spammer email.

    I'll also check the aff ID if I can find it.
    /Hakan


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    The affID is the single best way to find out who stands to benefit from the spam.

    Whether the spammer sends the mail themselves, or they hire a "mailhouse" spelled "paid spammer" to do the mailing, the affiliate is the spammer.

    Sometimes the email addresses that show as the sender are just innocent people. (sometimes they aren't)

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