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Spam Arrest – Sender Verification

A terrible idea: agreeing to be fined $2000 for every spam email that might be spoofed in your name: You represent and warrant to Spam Arrest and the Recipient that any e-mail you desire to send to the Recipient is not “unsolicited commercial e-mail” i.e., the e-mail does not primarily contain an advertisement or promotion of a commercial product, service or Web site; unless the Recipient expressly consented to receive the message, either in response to a clear and conspicuous […]

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