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Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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Most of the time, Streett said, the senders of junk faxes are hard to find because they hide behind shell corporations or have fake offshore phone numbers.
For example, one trick several shyster marketers are using is to hand-write at the top of their junk faxes, "Here is the information you requested" when, in fact, I never heard of them.
"These junk faxes also prevent consumers, particularly small businesses, from receiving important faxes they are awaiting.
Regulator Oftel, it emerged this week, intends to stop an organisation called the British Fax Directory calling whole ranges of phone numbers automatically just to identify a fax machine which is then sent junk faxes.
This week it's the turn of a "leading ticket broker" sending junk faxes touting seats for next summer's tour by Robbie Williams.
"Junk faxes are becoming more prevalent and we would urge consumers to be very wary."
That same act also banned - almost as an afterthought, with no hearings or testimony - unsolicited faxes, which have been labeled as - you guessed it - "junk faxes." This provision, a favorite of class action lawyers because of a $500-per-transmission penalty, has served to chill the development of fax newsletters and circulars.
Junk faxes marked: "Urgent response required," ask: "Can we send you further information concerning this election?"
A JUNK fax company is luring people into wasting money - by promising to block junk faxes.
BIN an outrageously sneaky junk fax that's doing the rounds - offering advice on how to stop getting junk faxes.
"Things have moved on from junk mail letters and junk faxes because companies know people instinctively respond to text messages.
The watchdog adds that the junk faxes presented the shares "in an unrealistically favourable light, projecting high revenues and stock prices, and excluding a dismal history of sales and the expected termination of Aqua Vie's bottling agreement."