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A Spam, A Scam or Legit?Views: 280
Aug 23, 2006 1:25 pm re: A Spam, A Scam or Legit?

Chuck Dennis
Nancy,

I'm a pretty simple guy, so I deal with pretty simple definitions.

Spam is *any* unsolicited email. Period. Which means there can be good spam as well as annoying spam. That said, any time anything enters my in box without my approval, it is spam.

A scam is any offer that has hidden clauses that make the reality of the offer not as good as the subject line suggests. Some would call this a definition of marketing, but I have too much respect for honest, customer-focused marketing to confuse that with scams.

- Chuck

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