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April 7, 2004 at 6:01 am #585063AnonymousInactive
The following email adresses appear to be no longer valid:
Maybe because I gave him a taste of his own medicine. Several hundred to each of the (then) active email addresses. Subscription to around 3000 mailing lists for each…
Well if he wants to play rough, so be it.
My ISP has requested all the evidence I have provided to the BCCU and because in a recent attack he also spoofed the ISP itself they will also be taking action.
They are not happy, this is the 3rd time they have had to manually delete my inbox which takes several hours to complete.
At the moment I refuse to change my primary email address, but this may have to be considered unless the attacks have stopped.
It is a hard slog, all the abuse complaints made seem to have had little effect. I did however email the BCCU for an update and informed them his attacks have resulted in approximately 250,000 bounced emails, any reply was probably lost.
I was informed by PM on another board that Harold Blair was NOT Jeroen Puttermans as the person messaging me had contacted them and harold Blair informed them he would not do business with anyone who read WOL and had no dealings with any Jeroen Puttermans…due to Peralis’s diligence it turns out that Harold Blair and Jeroen are in fact one and the same.April 7, 2004 at 8:16 am #647601AnonymousInactive
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This is the header of an email exchange with a casino.. I edited all reference to the casino for obvious reasons….April 7, 2004 at 9:51 am #647602AnonymousInactive
good one peralis!
I just received notification from the BCCU that the file on Jeroen Puttermans has been fowarded to the local police in Brabant for investigation.April 7, 2004 at 12:42 pm #647606AnonymousInactive
The bounce attacks on me have slowed down, but I am getting a lot of new spam I was likely subscribed to.April 7, 2004 at 1:38 pm #647610AnonymousInactive
Please keep this info to yourselves.. these are private forums and should therefore remain that way…
The casino in question is going out on a huge limb helping us with this and really do not deserve the backlash of this.
I post this because somebody blabbed this to Jeroen and he has lodged a complaint at the casino for exposing his info. Putting him on the attack does not help the cause here…..April 7, 2004 at 1:46 pm #647612AnonymousInactive
That Jeroen owns market2casino is public knowledge, different name or not. We posted that in our very first posts at wol.
The different name was brought up by someone Dean was talking to, also. It’s not secret, and there should be no way to trace it back to anyone in particular.
Casino Blasters wanted it known that they cut him off. He had been spoofing them too, and Fred was sick of the thing. He wanted affiliates to know he would not support this.
We definitely want to keep private content pivate. We also don’t want to warn him…April 7, 2004 at 2:55 pm #647614AnonymousInactive
I post this because somebody blabbed this to Jeroen and he has lodged a complaint at the casino for exposing his info. Putting him on the attack does not help the cause here…..[/quote]
Shit. The less he knows the better. I want to see that prick behind bars.
Actually, lodging a complaint for exposing “his” info would be more than humorous in other circumstances in light of his player info selling activities.April 7, 2004 at 3:38 pm #647616AnonymousInactive
I post this because somebody blabbed this to Jeroen and he has lodged a complaint at the casino for exposing his info. Putting him on the attack does not help the cause here…..
Well, not knowing what casino is being talked about – the name of the casino has not been mentioned here as far as I know – I don’t know how the blabbing can relate to here?