Thursday, November 2, 2006

Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam

...and the SSRI plaintiffs' lawyers have evidently decided spam is a worthwhile way to find clients.  This showed up in my home e-mail's spam file today:

Have You Taken Anti-Depressants?

Important Lawsuit Information

http://plumluster.com/t/qayb7ypbh/250710

[purported unsubscribe information removed]

LLN, Inc.
14545 J Military Trail #137
Delray Beach, FL 33484

The plumluster.com address eventually redirects to http://ilp.legalleadshost.com/neuro1/urn/application/2QW2JXIDEURqP/.  That page, perhaps of note, is titled "Neurontin Legal Center" and the metadata is filled with neurontin information.  (Neurontin is not an SSRI.)  Nice job updating your site, there.

LegalLeadsHost.com has, unsurprisingly, blocked its whois information. Overlaywered has noted the site as a destination for spam relating to overtime as well, and The Stopped Clock dug a little bit further down after receiving a Vioxx spam, and ultimately found an address at -- who woulda thunk it? -- the same UPS store in Delray Beach.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2006/11/spam_spam_spam_.html

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