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    Default Please stop spamming me alexlinkhub

    This guy wont take no for an answer. This is the 5th email in the last few days...

    I love the title "Need Gambling link", like its some sort of drug.

    The next stage is to report him to Google, but I don't know what his site is

    Their Name: Alex

    Their email address: alexlinkhub@gmail.com

    Subject: Need Gambling link

    Their message:


    Hi

    Am interested in buy Gambling links if you Can provide me link then mail me .


    Thanks,

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    Add his email to your spam (blocked) list and move on. I get dozens of these stupid emails each week. Most have the disclaimer on the bottom saying they are not spam and if I don't respond I'll never get another one - I get another one within a day or two and they go on my blocked list.

    Trying to stop this type of spam (which comes from throw away email accounts) is like trying to stop a river with your hand, it's much less time consuming and way less stressful just blocking them.
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    I have around 10-12 from him in ONE DAY. I think they see our sites in our siggy and then blast off mail. I told the guy he only needs to email me one time. And he emailed 5 or 6 more times with link requests..

    To get him to stop - just make up a huge number. Like you want 3-4K per link.
    Act as if your serious. The emails will stop.

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    I received a few of these as well (straight to spam), but lately getting a lot SEO service offers , but once I offer a performance based payment plan they don't write back .
    Legjobb kaszinó játékok és nyerőgépek.

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    A new low today , a rep (probably the same) from two betting affiliates e-maild me with "Your Application was rejected" listing a few possible problems and at the end "If you believe that none of the above applies in your case, please send us an email at .. " . That is a lame attempt to get new affiliates .
    Legjobb kaszinó játékok és nyerőgépek.

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