I have noticed a number of bandit signs where the URL (such as www.makebigchecks.com) traces back to ebusinessforyou.net. The Sam Spade site shows the name and address behind makebigchecks, but no e-mail address for the individual (see samspade.org/t/lookat?a=www.makebigchecks.com). There is a contact address of email@example.com which clearly belongs to those upstream of the local mule street spammers. However, if you can plow through the culprit web site without barfing, there is always the guest book, as well as a live "report@<site>" e-mail address, such as:
#3. "RE: ebusinessforyou.net" In response to Reply # 2
>"Primary Web Site with Domain Name - $459.00 for setup and first 6 months hosting. $150 for hosting each 6 months thereafter. (Address will be www.yourname.com)." > Well, well, this kind of shoots holes in the statements of some of our "visitors" who preachon and on about how Herbalife has saved so many poor, destitute people from the welfare lines, doesn't it?
Expensive webhosting + 800 number + sign cost + gasoline, etc makes this a pretty damned expensive "business" to get into, doesn't it?
#4. "RE: ebusinessforyou.net" In response to Reply # 3
>Expensive webhosting + 800 number + sign cost + gasoline, etc makes this a pretty damned expensive "business" to get into, doesn't it? >
Darned sure does, when you consider the signs are running somewhere around five bucks apiece and only last less than twenty-four hours. The signs are supposedly the revenue generator in the first place.