spaceyhackerlady writes "I have several spam honeypot email addresses, and one of them recently
started receiving spam from a Canadian discount warehouse
The emails have most of the usual hallmarks of spam, right down to the note at the bottom that says they're sending it because I requested it. Yeah, right.
I've asked when and how a non-existent person could sign up for spam, and have only gotten a form letter saying they don't have that information. Again, yeah, right.
So, Slashdotters, how would you tell a legit company that they have either been had by spammers, or that they've pulled a really idiotic stunt.
...laura, in no danger of being a Costco customer"