Temptation to communicate with vendors who use comment spam
Every now and then I get comment spam from what appears to be a “legitimate” (i.e. business related, no porn or gambling) site. Had it happen today. I punched the URL into the browser so there would be no HTTP referrer (just because) and saw what appeared to be a normal site.
Although it’s probably foolish to expect an email to one of these companies would ever be responded to, I wonder … what if I tried? I’m thinking, I dunno, maybe an email to the CEO.
What do you all think?
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