STEPHAN NANNI <stephann_at_gottools.com> WROTE:
> I don't know how long you have in business, but my
> guess is not long and you have no idea what a cold call
> is. Before email a sales rep would go door to door
> until he succeeded in opening an account. And a good
> sale rep would never take no for answer, because
> everyone deserves a chance.
Well Stephan my friend, you can try running that
argument by your ISP when they are investigating a
complaint against you and threatening to cut off your
account. I don't think they'll be impressed.
You see, ISPs don't just tell complainants to slam the
door. They cut off the spammer. And volume doesn't
come into it. One spam is enough. You might get away
with a warning first but why take the risk? There's no
shortage of so-called 'morons' about who will delight
in complainin to your ISP. Anyone who wants to take
Stephan's advice, good luck to them. I'm sure he'll
have words of comfort for you when you're having to
set up a new account and your old email address doesn't
work any more.
Oh and Stephan, I've been in business for a good long
time now and I am well aware what a cold call is. Once
you have a little experience under YOUR belt, however,
you will find that both cold calls AND spam are most
If you came knocking at my door, why do you think you
deserve a chance if I didn't want you and your
products around me?
Received on Wed Aug 30 2000 - 14:40:02 CDT