atmark trading

Tired of receiving spam from these jamokes.

Atmark Trading out of Chicago.

Have tried unsubscribing numerous times; e-mailed their "info" accounts to no avail.

My only recourse, now, is to shame.

Doubt it will do any good, but if anyone has a contact who can actually get us off their ridiculous mailing-list -- 3 to 4 e-mails a day --, well, I'm all ears.

If not, well, don't do business with these bozos.


Happy Weekend ...

I’ve found it useful to email management if certain sales people refuse to stop contacting you.

My experience is that management of spammer companies tries arguing
it's not spam instead of changing practices.
And this includes so-called reputation providers.


It's not sales; it's some dumb mailing list managed by "Soundest", which is now owned by "Omnisend", which sounds even less fun than its predecessor.

Atmark's web-site has no contacts or management information listed other than "info@", otherwise I would do what you suggest.

I don't have the patience to call their 800 number and talk to someone who has zero interest in getting me off of their mailing-list, assuming the drone has even an inkling of what I'm talking about.

This thread is equally spammish. No one cares.

Dumb question, but if it’s a mailman or similiar list does it have unsubscribe headers?
List-Unsubscribe: <>
List-Unsubscribe: <>
List-Subscribe: <>, <>


Eric Tykwinski
TrueNet, Inc.
P: 610-429-8300

There's a link to "unsubscribe", which I've done several times. No joy.


This is what inbound mail filters are for. Regex them to oblivion and get on with your life. No reason to waste another millisecond on them.


Indeed, Mel, and I agree wholeheartedly.

I suppose it's the optimist in me that people should behave according to their supposed attempts to allow things like, oh, I dunno ... "unsubscribe" links that actually do what they claim to do?

Meh. I'm done ranting ...

P.S.: Don't do business with Atmark.

Wheeeee! Onwards.


Even better, bounce everything from them or even more severe null route their mail server. You’re on nanog so I assume you have some control over your network. If they lose contact with other customers on your network, let them call you and beg forgiveness. This may sound cold, but its the only effective way I’ve found to deal with semi-legit spammers (assuming there is any legit business behind them).