OK, can someone tell me how spam is ever going to stop, if this report from Marshal is credible enough?  But the question is, are the results accurate enough?  After all, it is based on 600 respondents to their online survey and to say 29% of internet users bought things from spam email just seem a little far-fetched to me.  I guess, the 29% of the respondents are spammer themselves.

Sex, Drugs and Software Lead Spam Purchase Growth – Marshal

And it seems I’m not alone in feeling this way about the report.  Both Read Write Web and Terry Zink’s Anti-spam Blog also shared their views on this.

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