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film11

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Jan 4, 2010, 10:34:42 AM1/4/10
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On Ebay!

BRAND NEW! Kenneth Cole Dress Boots (Black) 11.5 (Nothing But Net)
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280446718367

SpammersAreClueless

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Jan 4, 2010, 1:31:20 PM1/4/10
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In article <6c52811a-f04b-49fe...@t12g2000vbk.googlegroups.com>,
film11 says...

>
>On Ebay!
>
>BRAND NEW! Kenneth Cole Dress Boots (Black) 11.5 (Nothing But Net)
>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=28044671232342666262

Why are you spamming your shit here? Did you bother to take the time to LURK
and LOOK in this newsgroup to see if ads are even allowed here? (They aren't.)

Did you read the Terms of eBay - which forbid the spamming of your ads to
newsgroups? (You didn't).

You have been reported. Good luck keeping your ebay and ISP account!

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eBay users may not post on Usenet groups (Internet newsgroups) to advertise eBay
or an eBay listing that is inappropriate or violates the Usenet board policy. If
Usenet abuse is reported to eBay, we may among other remedies remove the
listing, issue a warning, temporarily suspend or indefinitely suspend the
offender's eBay account. We have no tolerance for Usenet abuse and will take
action as appropriate.
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Almost without exception, every legitimate ISP requires its users to abide
by a "Terms of Service Agreement" (ToS) or "Acceptable Use Policy" (AUP)
that forbids off-topic commercial posts to Usenet newsgroups.

Depending on one's ISP, complaints about off-topic commercial postings can
result in actions ranging from a warning, to an immediate termination of
one's account. Some ISPs will even bill you for the time it takes them to
respond to such complaints (check your ToS/AUP--such clauses are becoming
increasingly more common).

While a lost account may seem like a minor inconvenience, if you have ads
posted or active auctions that use that email address as a point of
contact, it will quickly cost you sales--and money. Sales will be lost as
inquiries and order directed to your now-inactive account bounce. If you've
set up auctions with that email address, you probably find yourself unable
to access them.

Kris Baker

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Jan 4, 2010, 2:29:45 PM1/4/10
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"SpammersAreClueless" <n...@no.com> wrote in message
news:hhtc5...@drn.newsguy.com...

> In article
> <6c52811a-f04b-49fe...@t12g2000vbk.googlegroups.com>,
> film11 says...
>>
>>On Ebay!
>>
>>BRAND NEW! Kenneth Cole Dress Boots (Black) 11.5 (Nothing But Net)
>>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=28044671232342666262
>
> Why are you spamming your shit here? Did you bother to take the time to
> LURK
> and LOOK in this newsgroup to see if ads are even allowed here? (They
> aren't.)

Good God, s/he didn't even take their own picture -- but stole one
from some other website.

Obviously, these boots are NOT new and "unworn". Otherwise, the
spammer-seller would have shown the actual item being sold.

Kris

Kris Baker

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Jan 4, 2010, 2:37:32 PM1/4/10
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"Kris Baker" <paralle...@ggmail.com> wrote in message
news:7qett9...@mid.individual.net...

>
> Good God, s/he didn't even take their own picture -- but stole one
> from some other website.
>
> Obviously, these boots are NOT new and "unworn". Otherwise, the
> spammer-seller would have shown the actual item being sold.
>
> Kris

Also for sale on craigslist:
http://newjersey.craigslist.org/clo/1523757367.html

Text seems to be stolen from epinions.com

clams_casino

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Jan 4, 2010, 6:02:24 PM1/4/10
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film11 wrote:

>On Ebay!
>
>BRAND NEW! Kenneth Cole Dress Boots (Black) 11.5 (Nothing But Net)
>
>


I'm sorry to find you used a forged Yahoo address. I was so much
looking forward to getting into your shoes.

Kris Baker

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Jan 4, 2010, 6:29:55 PM1/4/10
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"clams_casino" <PeterG...@DrunkinClam.com> wrote in message
news:1su0n.2056$5m....@newsfe12.iad...

His real email address is in that craigslist ad

film11

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Jan 6, 2010, 2:11:40 PM1/6/10
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On Jan 4, 6:29 pm, "Kris Baker" <parallelcoo...@ggmail.com> wrote:
> "clams_casino" <PeterGrif...@DrunkinClam.com> wrote in message

>
> > I'm sorry to find you used a forged Yahoo address.   I was so much looking
> > forward to getting into your shoes.
>
> His real email address is in that craigslist ad

Both e-mails are valid. Sorry this caused such an uproar. Since the
title of the group is "marketing.online.ebay", I ssumed that it would
be ok to post here. As for the item, yes, the boots are brand new and
unused. I used a pic that would not necessitate removing the boots
from the box, as I did not want even a slight, inadvertant scuff to
mar them. They are as new as can be.

Sorry that some of you are so upset Have no fear...I will not post
any further items on this group,

Kris Baker

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Jan 6, 2010, 2:43:46 PM1/6/10
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"film11" <joez...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:4cca1598-f319-45c3...@p19g2000vbq.googlegroups.com...

>On Jan 4, 6:29 pm, "Kris Baker" <parallelcoo...@ggmail.com> wrote:
>> "clams_casino" <PeterGrif...@DrunkinClam.com> wrote in message
>>
>> > I'm sorry to find you used a forged Yahoo address. I was so much
>> > looking
>> > forward to getting into your shoes.
>>
>> His real email address is in that craigslist ad
>
>Both e-mails are valid. Sorry this caused such an uproar. Since the
>title of the group is "marketing.online.ebay", I ssumed that it would
>be ok to post here.

<snerk> Is that why, on your craigslist ad, you checked
the anti-spam box?

Insert standard reply to standard spammer excuse:

Why would you assume that, when there is a group entitled:
alt.marketPLACE.online.ebay ?

Why would you assume that, instead of using Google Groups'
instructions to first check before posting? Or to find out what
a usenet newsgroup is?

IF someone was looking for something on eBay, what would
they do?

Go to some obscure usenet newsgroup, search to see if
someone's selling used boots in their size, find the spam,
and then go to eBay and see if they're still listed....
hoping to do business with someone who completely
ignores eBay's TOS?

OR

Would they just go to eBay?


AnYou skipped over

SpammersAreClueless

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Jan 6, 2010, 5:23:37 PM1/6/10
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In article <4cca1598-f319-45c3...@p19g2000vbq.googlegroups.com>,
film11 says...

>
>On Jan 4, 6:29=A0pm, "Kris Baker" <parallelcoo...@ggmail.com> wrote:
>> "clams_casino" <PeterGrif...@DrunkinClam.com> wrote in message
>>
>> > I'm sorry to find you used a forged Yahoo address. =A0 I was so much lo=

>oking
>> > forward to getting into your shoes.
>>
>> His real email address is in that craigslist ad
>
>Both e-mails are valid. Sorry this caused such an uproar. Since the
>title of the group is "marketing.online.ebay", I ssumed that it would
>be ok to post here. As for the item, yes, the boots are brand new and
>unused. I used a pic that would not necessitate removing the boots
>from the box, as I did not want even a slight, inadvertant scuff to
>mar them. They are as new as can be.
>
>Sorry that some of you are so upset Have no fear...I will not post
>any further items on this group,

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Hey asswipe!

You didn't learn your lesson when you spammed Usenet back in June, did you? You
got your ass chewed out then too!

rec.arts.sf.written

alt.video.dvd

> On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 09:42:10 -0700 (PDT), film11 <joez...@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>>On Ebay with no reserve!
>
> What part of the Ebay policy about NOT posting your fucking SPAM in non
> for sale groups?

film11

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Jan 8, 2010, 1:16:38 AM1/8/10
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Nice group. I'll leave you to the other posts here, like YOUNGEST
PORN, SICK GIRLS, PSYCHIC TESTS, etc. etc. Sorry to have trespassed
into your world


> ---------------------------------------
>
> Hey asswipe!
>
> You didn't learn your lesson when you spammed Usenet back in June, did you?  You
> got your ass chewed out then too!
>
> rec.arts.sf.written
>
> alt.video.dvd

.


> > On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 09:42:10 -0700 (PDT), film11 <joezo...@yahoo.com>


> > wrote:
>
> >>On Ebay with no reserve!
>
> > What part of the Ebay policy about NOT posting your fucking SPAM in non

> > for sale groups?- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

SpammersAreClueless

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Jan 8, 2010, 7:12:35 AM1/8/10
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In article <8272c6f9-ad4a-45e3...@u41g2000yqe.googlegroups.com>,
film11 says...

>
>
>Nice group. I'll leave you to the other posts here, like YOUNGEST
>PORN, SICK GIRLS, PSYCHIC TESTS, etc. etc. Sorry to have trespassed
>into your world
>
>
>> ---------------------------------------
>>
>> Hey asswipe!
>>
>> You didn't learn your lesson when you spammed Usenet back in June, did yo=
>u? =A0You

>> got your ass chewed out then too!


Ah - there is nothing quite like a top-posting, rules-breaking, clueless SPAMMER
who becomes indignant! Well!

We know you first came here for those posts you quoted.

Kris Baker

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Jan 8, 2010, 1:11:13 PM1/8/10
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"film11" <joez...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>
> Nice group. I'll leave you to the other posts here, like
> YOUNGEST PORN, SICK GIRLS, PSYCHIC TESTS, etc. etc.
> Sorry to have trespassed into your world

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There's that kind of stuff here? I don't see it.
Anyone else see all that stuff?

Oh....film11's a google groups user who, for some
reason, hasn't managed to obtain a real newsfeed
and newsreader.....or a killfile.

Google Groups is like being permanently trapped
in your email spam folder, full of ads from people
who have to sell their used, out-of-date clothing.

Kris

Lumpy

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Jan 8, 2010, 2:18:13 PM1/8/10
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Kris Baker wrote:

> Google Groups is like being permanently trapped
> in your email spam folder, full of ads from people
> who have to sell their used, out-of-date clothing.

I never should have sold the group to google.
I'm sorry.


Lumpy

In Your Ears for 40 Something Years
www.LumpyMusic.com


Kris Baker

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Jan 8, 2010, 2:26:32 PM1/8/10
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"Lumpy" <lu...@digitalcartography.com> wrote in message
news:7qpenq...@mid.individual.net...

> Kris Baker wrote:
>
>> Google Groups is like being permanently trapped
>> in your email spam folder, full of ads from people
>> who have to sell their used, out-of-date clothing.
>
> I never should have sold the group to google.
> I'm sorry.
>
>
> Lumpy

At least you can afford new boots now.

Kris

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