Forward unwanted or deceptive messages to the following:
*The Federal Trade Commission at email@example.com. Be sure to include the complete spam email.
*Your email provider. At the top of the message, state that you’re complaining about being spammed. Some email services have buttons that allow you to mark messages as junk mail or report them spam.
*The sender’s email provider, if you can tell who it is. Most web mail providers and ISPs want to cut off spammers who abuse their system. Again, make sure to include the entire spam email and say that you’re complaining about spam.
Actually I just sat in a 3 day seminar and text marketing is one of the top forms of marketing you can do… With this website you can send up to 50 messages a month for free to unlimited phone numbers. You guys already do the same with home hints. Think about it. Not everyone reads their email. Everyone always reads their text messages and lives on their phone. Look at everyone complaining about the environmental company. Their message is effective because you all had to read your phone.
I have fake email addresses in each public inspector search engine so that I can monitor where vendors mine our members’ contact information from. He’s mining your information from www.nachi.org/directories.htm
I somewhat agree. But in this case Environmental Solutions Associates has a Very bad record of scamming and worse offering a very poor product/service. If I remember correctly Nick recently revoked Aaron Wise’s membership privileges.
For me, this isn’t an issue of the occasional random spam email in my inbox… it is the fact that when I first requested he remove me from his mailing list, he responded with spamming me using other names, ie. Frank, and others… not only to my business emails, but also to my personal which have never been associated with my businesses… how and WHY did he get that (those)??? When I subsequently complained to him about that, he followed up with sending over 40 text messages to my phone, repeatedly, for a few weeks! The only thing that has even slowed him down, has been to forward his emails to his bosses (LinkedIn is great for contact info, and other ESA associates names) and fellow employees alike. That works for about a month. He is back at it again with new tricks.
So, Russell, what would you have us do, when he interrupts our business day with multiple texts… on the job… in front of our clients?
EXACTLY what I was thinking…why not get the CEO’s phone number and all of us text him over and over and over…make up BS email address’s and then forward all the BS to the CEO email address…Instead of dealing with him. letsw go after his boss…