PrivateLayer – Spamaholics

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It’s not often I complain about things (!) however, when it comes to out-right spam, my blood starts to boil a little.

Now many people consider some types of spam as legitimate lead-building however, having never had any kind of contact with PrivateLayer in any shape or form (and, now, through principal, never will) I see this as spam – just plain and simple.

I’ve received an email from “Fernando Yemail” (sales@privatelayer.com) congratulating me on the success of my company and offering me ‘an awesome special approved only for successful VPS provider companies’ like mine.

Anyone else received such crap from this stupid outfit?

Quote:

Hello Administrator,

Congratulations on the success of your VPS Company. Below you will find an awesome special approved only for successful VPS provider companies like yours. In addition to this special pricing, for the next 7 days any server you order will have for the lifetime of the server, buy one additional IPV4 subnet and get the second subnet of the same size for FREE.

All of servers are located in Zurich Switzerland, a jurisdiction known for data privacy, and a very internet friendly policy towards copyright. Many VPS companies are currently opening nodes in Switzerland due to the high demand.

If you are interested in ordering just respond to this email or visit our website and ask the sales representative about the VPS special.

******

CONDITIONS: This special is available for new dedicated servers only, and cannot be combined with any other offers. Servers are provided under our terms and conditions which is located at http://www.privatelayer.com/pdfs/PL_AUP.pdf.

If you have any questions about this special, or would like to obtain a custom quote, then please contact me. We look forward to earning your business.

Sincerely,

Fernando Yemail
Private Layer- Sales Department
Sales@privatelayer.com
Skype: privatelayersales

Particularly cute is the footer…
So, WHT – do we still allow people to harvest addresses and send spam? Does their ‘Corporate’ status give them some uber-right?

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