AT&T: Asking a Spamtrap to Sign Up
AT&T is spamming the purest sort of spamtrap — an email address at a domain that has never had a legitimate email address at all — via ESP Cheetahmail (i.e. Experian). AT&T really should confirm opt-ins, or perhaps should prevent its marketing department from purchasing lists?
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From: AT&T U-verse <email@example.com>
Subject: Take advantage of this exclusive deal on U-verse
Reply-To: AT&T U-verse <support-<xxx>@e.att-mail.com>
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