Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Zone Communications sends SEO Spam

Just when I thought some of the SEO's were getting smarter, since I haven't been spammed by one for a while, here comes a nice juicy one from our friends at Zone Communications in southern California.

The spam came from this IP:

71.128.4.233
ppp-71-128-4-233.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net.
Here's the lovely spam:
Your website can be at the top of the first page on all major search engines. Zone Communications has a great service that is very low cost and is billed month to month with a full refund if you are not satisfied. With this service you�re your ranking on Google, Yahoo and MSN within certain cities will be at the top of the page.

The pricing is simple. We charge $59 per month for your first listing and $40.00 per month for each additional listing. (There is also a small one time set up fee.)

If you are not satisfied with your position within 30 days, we will give you a 100% refund.

[spammers name]
Zone Communications
800-xxx-xxx
714-xxx-xxx (fax)
[spammers name]@zonecominc.net
OK, if they even took a look at the site they spammed they would know I'm all over the top of the 4 top search engines for keywords, cities and just about everything in my niche short of Mom's Apple Pie and Kitchen Sinks.

For people that spam me, my pricing is simple. We out spammers for FREE, and there is no per month fee to continue being outted. (There is also a small one time fee called you've been BUSTED for sending me spam.).

Now stay off my damn websites, you weren't invited in the first place.

3 comments:

Olliver said...

What an incredibly silly way of advertising SEO services. I'm quite sure their definition of SEO is the one from our friends in Russia/Ukraine, canned and pink (need I say more?) :-)

Probably their guaranteed top ranking is achieved via some keyword stuffed doorway pages and extra runs of their desktop spamtools targetting blogs from their spam database subscription.

Olliver

IncrediBILL said...

I suspect doorway pages otherwise why would you need to continue to pay monthly for something that should've been a one time action?

Olliver said...

Perhaps they also charge for maintaining their database of spammable resouces and well, the costs for their silly spamtools they purchased from some spamware affiliate site have to be compensated as well, if they want to run a profitable business :-)