Memolink Tries to Ditch Spamming Reputation

September 20, 2005 · 0 comments

Yeah, and good luck with that.

If you recall, last year Memolink got tagged as a big ol’ spammer, in an independent spam study (read my post about it here) conducted over the first 6 months of 2004 by Mike Adams of

In a news release yesterday, Memolink’s president David Asseoff announced that his company was one of the first two to be “certified” by LashBack, a new “certification program for unsubscribe compliance.”

Asseoff stated, “Being certified by LashBack outwardly projects Memolink’s commitment to protecting consumers from spam and shows our dedication to responsible email marketing.”

Yeah, that and $3.50 will buy you a gallon of gas.

Well, for the many folks who’ve been ceaselessly spammed by Memolink or the other companies owned by Memolink, I hope that this is more than PR hooplah… hooplah conveniently timed to coincide with the same-day announcement that two sites run by Memolink, SavingsRegisterRewards and LuckyPoints, would be closing.

Hmmm…coincidence, maybe? You make the call.

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