I just sent this complaint to Senator Edward Kennedy’s office through the form on his Web site:
STOP SPAMMING ME.
I contacted you online a while back. In response, you added me to some bulk email list, to which I never consented to be added, and started spamming me regularly.
When I contacted you on-line, I did not give you permission to start spamming me, so you had no right to add me to your bulk email list in the first place. I did not opt into receiving this email.
Furthermore, I unsubscribed from your spam on March 16, using the Web link you provided, and yet you’re still spamming me — I received more spam from you earlier today. Why are you still spamming me, apparently in violation of the CAN-SPAM act?
Finally, when I tried to send email to email@example.com, the email address advertised in the footer of your Web site, it bounced: “This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification. Delivery to the following recipients failed. firstname.lastname@example.org”. Either you shouldn’t be advertising that email address, or you shouldn’t be bouncing email sent to it!