Colin at Middle Gray has issued a warning that email@example.com has returned with a new, bogus e-mail address (I was tagged this afternoon). He/she/it (Iâ€™m going with â€œheâ€) is now hrie@.yahi7o.com. Middle Gray has a good deal to say about MT Blacklist and other ways of dealing with this shit-spewing mutt. Although I donâ€™t understand the technical stuff, I am sure that many of you will.
While no one can seem to identify â€œhrie,â€ we do know who his clients are. Do any of you technical types know of any way to spam his clients? Maybe if they got a taste of what it being done on their behalf, they would change their marketing practices.
I have also considered going to his clientsâ€™ sites (the one I received was for online poker at http://www.play-online-poker.greatnow.com) and seeing whether I can send an e-mail, and, if so, writing them a letter putting them on notice that I am holding them responsible for the actions of their agent.
Just a thought.