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Report: #1193018

Complaint Review: WSJ Wine WSJWine.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Concerned Consumer — Florida
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  • WSJ Wine WSJWine.com Internet USA

WSJ Wine WSJWine.com WSJWine.com Spammed multiple times per day with WSJWine emails Internet

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I posted a new email address on my web site recently. Within days I started getting multiple spams to this unique email address, it was obvious they scraped my email address off the page, because they cannot obtain a legitemate list of suckers willing to receive spam, so they just steal email addresses.

These spam emails were trying to get me to signup to WSJWine.com, supposedly a Wall Street Journal brand company.

I used the phony and useless "Unsubscribe" feature on their multiple emails multiple times per day to get them to stop, and I am still receiving these spams.

I even see a confirmation message when I submit, it says

"Unsubscribe confirmation accepted and will be processed shortly!". 

URL of confirmation page is: http://roia.biz/im/act/u?n=1684

Their phony statement on the spam email says "You have received this email because you are registered with one of our opt-in affiliates. WSJ Wines does not support unsolicited mail. If you no longer wish to receive emails from WSJ Wines, Please opt-out here."

Hey newsflash morons, no one opts in to receive spam ever.

But every time I "opt out", they keep sending me the spam emails to buy their stupid Wall Street Journal wine that I could care less about.

I see why they are pushing it so hard, it's a membership and someone has commission fever.

Any company that condones this type of illegal behavior, stealing email addresses and sending you unsolitcited spam in violation of the Can Spam Act, trying to shove their product down your throat, you really have to question the ethics of this company and whether you want to ever do business with them.

As of this writing, the Better Business Bureau shows 20 complaints ahainst them in the last 12 months, mostly for billing. Not surprising.

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