As you may remember, ixc.net was implicated as a source of the infamous
magazine spam. I received the attached note today, in response to an
inquiry I dispatched last week.
As the ixc.net contact suggests, I'll be sending a note to the relevant
USPS postmaster; you may wish to do the same, since ixc.net was kind
enough to provide the real-world contact address for this scam.
>From: Kathryn Kelly <kkelly @
>Subject: Spamming complaint
>To: morgan @
>Dear Mr. Morgan:
>We regret that you received electronic mail of an inappropriate nature
>from our site, ixc.net, about magazine subscriptions.
>This was out of our control as we provide free internet accounts to
>those who need them.
>We have turned off our program to allow automatic creation of new accounts.
>We now check each user's phone number and are not opening multiple accounts
>for the same individual.
>We wish you to do something for us.
>We have the address where the individual sending out this
>material receives his physical mail.
>Please send a letter of complaint to the postmaster at
> Staten Island NY 10312
>Regarding the person at this address:
> Magazine Club Inquiry Center
> Att. Internet Services Department
> P. O. Box 120990
> Staten Island NY 10312 0990