1. I’ve been using petitionspot for 9 months and have received no spam.. It’s a good site. Once, it was even promoted on MichaelMoore.com I think…

  2. Tim, I’m glad you have not received any third-party spam. I hope PetitionSpot is not in league with the sender of the Spam. Perhaps time will tell.

    On a positive note, I did try the unsubscribe link on the AmazingOffers (OptInRealBig.com) spam e-mails and it appeared to have worked.

  3. This is funny. Some idiot read the title of this post and thought that by replying to it, they could sign someone else up for spam. They were not bright enough to realize that I’m saying PetitionSpot.com does this.

    I’ve looked around PetitionSpot.com some more recently. The site must have changed hands because there is zero moderation of content there. Many petitions simply contain links to sites of questionable reputation. There are also slanderous and inappropriate petitions and comments.

    Any such comments posted here will be deleted. Please keep the comments related to any inappropriate behavior by PetitionSpot.com.

  4. I’ve also received spam from these ‘folks’. Here’s the latest email header:
    Received: from 125.mailzaps.com (125.mailzaps.com [])
    Received: (from daemon@localhost)

    These guys know exactly how to forge headers, it looks like that’s the case. When I did a DNS search, it shows OptinRealBig.com NET-64-79-204-0-24 as the sender. So contact the Hosting provider for OptinRealBig.com, and you can shut them down with spam complaints.

  5. I looked-up all of the headers, and there were about 20 different originating servers. Luckily, they do provide opt-out links that do work (even though they point to different servers in pretty much every e-mail, I was unsubscribed from all of them.) Now for sending me mail in the first place – without my consent – that is the real problem.

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