Techdirt is reporting that:
11% of people say they've bought from spam, while 9% said they were scammed by spam. It certainly sounds like your chances aren't very good if you're buying from spam. At the same time, 39% admit to clicking on spammed URLs, most of whom now admit that they get more spam because of it
Wow, people are more lame than I had previously imagined. Given how cheap it is to spam, maybe I should get started. There are a lot of personal enhancement products to be sold!
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