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They even have the audacity to write, “Please no mail bombs, legit removal,” in their message. Are they trying to imply that this mass-spamming is a respectable, reputable form of advertising? Mail firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them their spam is annoying. Tell them to stop mass eMailing. Tell them anything. But please be rude about it.