Fonecta attempts to bring Marketo into disrepute with themselves

Since SBL142215 and SBL166744 are making life a little hard for Fonecta at the moment, they figured they’d drag Marketo into their mess.

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2 Responses to Fonecta attempts to bring Marketo into disrepute with themselves

  1. Looking into this, thanks.

  2. Autumn, you might also want to look into the activities of another ESP that is spamming through Marketo: Vertical Response. :/ They’re hitting a couple of spamtraps here, advertizing their ESP service. It sure looks like they’re offloading the hit for spamming onto you while sending to a dirty list. (I should blog about this.)

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