[RndTbl] snail mail spam ...
sean at ertw.com
Fri Mar 22 10:01:14 CDT 2013
Google probably doesn't know the specifics. Domain.com would just be an
affiliate getting paid on a CPA basis (the payout used to be $20 but that
was without the coupon). What they're doing may or may not contravene their
agreement with Google. Google may or may not care that they're spamming you
with mail. Are they even breaking any laws?
On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 9:43 AM, Dan Keizer <dan at keizer.ca> wrote:
> Thanks for the info, Bill ...
> Re-reading some of the info brings back memories (I wonder if I kept
> that letter somewhere :-)
> While the domain.com mail-out of the google-sponsored ad-words is not
> enticing me to pay for renewal services, it is enticing me to pay $25 to
> get $100 worth of google-sponsored ad-words and is still slamming the
> domains by sending out unsolicited junk mail, as I've never dealt with
> I am a bit surprised that google has associated itself with a company
> that does this type of marketing - that's my real surprise.
> On 13-03-21 08:11 PM, Bill Reid wrote:
> > I see that CIRA is very concerned about DRoC.
> > Here are some references:
> > Here is a good summary of the past few years:
> > -- Bill
> > On 20/03/13 23:42, Hartmut W Sager wrote:
> >> And CIRA, where are you when we need you? Can't DRoC be deregistered
> >> for ".ca"
> >> at least, due to unethical practises?
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