I get offended whenever a scheduler who knows my MS email address shares it with MSS. I also think less of such schedulers and am less likely to shop for them if I let them know I object and they still try to justify what they did or tell me how great or legit MSS is.
Probably not worth it financially.@SpaceCoastJohn wrote:
Be nice if we could add an attorney specializing in chasing virtual spam to the directory.
Got more emails from him today, pushing Amusement Advantage (in my spam folder, of course). The emails now include an unsubscribe link, so I tried that, putting variations of "you are in a spammer" n the reason for unsubscribing box. Does anyone know someone at Amusement Advantage who we can alert to the fact that they are doing business with a spammer who is sending their email to emails that he did not legally obtain?
I have a mail filter and send a bunch of the typical shop emails there. Then I can look at them at one time. I've missed a couple of shops because of it, but it keeps my inbox much cleaner.@ColoKate63 wrote:
I just set up a filter for MSS that dumps the spam emails into a folder labeled “MSS Spam” and it auto-empties every 30 days.
I also have a “Intellishop Spam,” “EPMS Spam,” and am building a “IPSOS Nike Crap Spam” folder today after receiving 17 emails from one independent IPSOS scheduler.
I found a thread here with a job posted by AA and added this comment. I chose not to include the company's name in it.@wrosie wrote:
I got that too. I was already a AA shopper. I searched the whole East Coast including Boston, NY, Baltimore and couldn't find any of the shops they supposedly had available.