#1. "RE: pays2ez.com spam" In response to Reply # 0
>Pays2ez.com >registrant: >Reheis, Sharlene >413858 N. Scnepf Rd. >Queen Creek, Az. >85242 >4809873505 (fake?)
That phone number might actually be for real. According to Qwest's interconnection website, 480-987 is one of the prefixes for the central office in Queen Creek.
>Tech contact >Verisign, Inc. >21355 Ridgetop Circle >Dulles, Va. 20166 >18886429675 > >This website forwards to: >http://www.wfhbiz.com >registrant: >dmk marketing >po box 461239 >leeds, ut 84746 > >These pays2ez spam sighns are EVERYWHERE here in Phoenix! Up >to 10 aproaching intersections in all directions. The above >info may be another avenue of fighting this ugly litter.
I checked out their Web site, and sure enough it's another offshoot organization of Herbalife. You can tell because they say it's part of a 427 billion dollar industry, and because the testimonials are from people recognized by Herbalife as top distributors. (Go to www.google.com, type in '"Ron Rosenau" Herbalife' or '"Debi and Michael Katz" Herbalife', and see what you find.) I haven't seen this style of web site from a sign spammer in Minnesota yet, but it's the same type of testimonial that I've seen before.
#2. "RE: pays2ez.com spam" In response to Reply # 1
Yahoo! Maps couldn't find the street listed but I'm gonna look at my own paper map and see what I can find. I said the phone # contact may be fake becuase another person I found regesterd for the website had a very fake address and phone number. So where can the complaints start? I'd like to go the address listed and raise hell but I'm not that stupid.. These things have do be done semi anonymous.
#3. "RE: pays2ez.com spam" In response to Reply # 2
>So where can the complaints start? I'd like to go >the address listed and raise hell but I'm not that >stupid.. These things have do be done semi anonymous.
I'd recommend going through your city's code enforcement department for this, instead of contacting this individual directly. That way, the spammer knows that the signs are prohibited by city ordinances and that there's some legal teeth behind that decision. If you contact them directly, it gives the spammer the opportunity to retailiate against you, and they might think that it's just one individual who hates signs. In other words, having a contact from the city might do more to encourage this spammer to stop spamming.