Butch Evans wrote:

On Mon, 31 Oct 2005, Pete Davis. NoDial.net wrote:

What the heck is this?? Is anyone else out there "partnering" with
these spammers? I replied and told them that we don't do business

I did not get an email like that (or the Barracuda caught it).
Please post a name so that I can be sure to not do business with
them anyway.  Thanks.

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Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 13:43:19 -0800
Subject: Business Partnership with NoDial.net
From: Martin Stewart <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Hello Pete,

I noticed one of your recent postings on WISPA list and thought that I
would introduce myself to you and find out if you have some time to learn
how our services help ISPs increasing the Average Revenue earned per
End-User. =20

My organization is developing strategic partnerships with ISPs around North
America and I would like to present our unique revenue sharing business
proposition to your company.

We had a very successful show at ISPCON where we met up with many existing
and potential partners. I have a presentation that I=B9d like to run through
with you that outlines our history and value propositions, our technology
and its applications and the potential revenue earned and cost savings
achieved by ISPs becoming a partner with Adzilla.

I hope to be able to talk with you soon.


Martin Stewart
Regional Account Director - Network Group
Adzilla New Media
Direct: 604.628.4369

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