Monthly Archives: May 2008

What is required of senders of Unsolicited Commercial E-mail?

A person who intentionally sends (or causes to be sent) an unsolicited commercial e-mail message through an e-mail service provider that the sender knew or “should have known” was located in Michigan, or to an e-mail address that the sender … Continue reading

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Nigerian Scam

How it works: You receive an official looking letter from someone claiming to be a Nigerian who, because of Nigerian government rules, needs help transferring money out of that country. Perhaps you are asked to deposit the funds into your … Continue reading

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Unsolicited Commercial E-mail

Commercial e-mail is e-mail that promotes goods, services, real property, and other things of value. Under Michigan law, an e-mail is considered “unsolicited” if it was sent without the recipient’s express permission by a business with which the consumer had … Continue reading

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The Nigerian Email Scam

The Bait: Con artists claim to be officials, businesspeople, or the surviving spouses of former government honchos in Nigeria or another country whose money is somehow tied up for a limited time. They offer to transfer lots of money into … Continue reading

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Advance Fee Fraud Schemes

Advance fee fraud gets its name from the fact that an investor is asked to pay a fee up front or in advance of receiving any proceeds, money, stock or warrants in order for the deal to go through. The … Continue reading

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Anti-spam practice code published

A code of practice has been published to guide people on how sender information and unsubscribe-facility statements should be presented, and the type of unsubscribe facility that should be provided, in commercial electronic messages, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority … Continue reading

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Experimental Anti-Spam Measures

1. Removal from public accessibility. A number of e-mail addresses were posted on publicly accessible Web sites for two weeks, then removed. The goal was to determine whether removing the address from public view would have an effect on the … Continue reading

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