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Old 03-11-2005, 09:39 AM   #1
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A couple weeks ago, I ordered a Camping World Catalogue online.

'Course I had the good sense to use my throw-away email address when doing so. No catalogue yet; but the spam has already begun:

"This email was sent to you by Camping World
Inc. To ensure delivery to your inbox (not
bulk or junk folders), please add
campingworld@campingworld.m0.net to your
address book.

This message was not sent to you
unsolicited."

<total horse dooey!!>

"please be aware that you may receive a few
additional communications from Camping
World because of previously-executed
campaigns."

Like only "a **few** additional communications???" Har!

When travelling beyond our own cell phone territory, charges for stuff like roaming and long distance charges for the cost of retrieving email frequently costs $3.00 per minute! Sure glad Affinity Group/Camping World doesn't know my *real* email address. The cost of downloading their uninvited graphics-bloated spam would be astronomical!

Affinity Group/Camping World et al, never seem to abandon their corporate objective of always seeking out a new unexplored low! :-(
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Old 03-11-2005, 09:39 AM   #2
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Location: Newmarket, Ont
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A couple weeks ago, I ordered a Camping World Catalogue online.

'Course I had the good sense to use my throw-away email address when doing so. No catalogue yet; but the spam has already begun:

"This email was sent to you by Camping World
Inc. To ensure delivery to your inbox (not
bulk or junk folders), please add
campingworld@campingworld.m0.net to your
address book.

This message was not sent to you
unsolicited."

<total horse dooey!!>

"please be aware that you may receive a few
additional communications from Camping
World because of previously-executed
campaigns."

Like only "a **few** additional communications???" Har!

When travelling beyond our own cell phone territory, charges for stuff like roaming and long distance charges for the cost of retrieving email frequently costs $3.00 per minute! Sure glad Affinity Group/Camping World doesn't know my *real* email address. The cost of downloading their uninvited graphics-bloated spam would be astronomical!

Affinity Group/Camping World et al, never seem to abandon their corporate objective of always seeking out a new unexplored low! :-(
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