- Follow the instructions over @ David Jackson. That’s all you need to do.
- I and my spammer friends then have three ways of getting the information we need to make your life a misery:
- Download the accurate, up-to-date details of (I think) 100 people per month manually for free–great for small, targeted campaigns!
- Pay 150€ and get the whole database once.
- Pay 550€ and download the database as many times as we want for a year.
- We select option 2 and resell the base at 10€ a pop to hundreds of professional e-spammers in Russia, China and the US, and of course to telemarketing businesses based in Argentina, which are much cheaper than their Spanish colleagues and thus the preferred partners of bastards like Jazztel and Telefónica. ¡Olé!
I haven’t had a single call since earlier this year I started responding with my breathless masturbating leper routine–script available for a small fee.
- 1485, and how to beat it
Use spam calls from Telefónica as a free sex chat service and they may leave you alone.
- People stopping bombs
Maybe the British have had more practice than the Spanish, but while the Metropolitan Police and MI5 (“keep garden areas free
- The definitely guide of brothels
My “I’m surprised you even need to ask” title is plucked two-handed from the popups on the following, unsurprising aerial view
- Telefónica woes
My hosting provider is blaming yesterday’s down on Telefónica fooking oop the DNS. Conversation the other week with shop assistant employed
- Jazztel mobile contract fraud
They use sales phishing calls to terminate contracts with other providers.