child modeling agencies – robert sexton 4

A reader left this “scam” as a comment – and said: “I received the following e-mail from Robert Sexton (reference to child models is disturbing). Can anyone find out what they are up to??

Hello, I represent a company called SPN Solutions, a company………………………. I seek one source to send the users on our Network, from the major search engines, for child modeling agencies in various markets. Please contact me at your earliest convenience. I am in the office daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific time. Best regards, Robert Sexton Dir/Business Development, SPN Solutions Phone: 800.481.2979, ext 2001

4 thoughts on “child modeling agencies – robert sexton

  1. Reply JJH Dec 28,2010 5:32 pm

    I believe that Robert Sexton is now sending spam emails as “Robert Moore [rem@ng-gateway.com]”, and that the http://www.ng-gateway.com site is just another clone “NetGuard Toolbar” site like http://www.netguardtoolbar.com, http://www.spnservice.com, and http://www.ngssystems.com.

    Here is such a spam email that I received earlier this week!

    —–Original Message—–
    From: Robert Moore [mailto:rem@ng-gateway.com]
    Sent: Monday, December 27, 2010 11:48 AM
    To: Holzhauer, John
    Subject: Homeowners insurance (12/27/2010)

    Hello,

    Our company is an authorized agent for a unique advertising opportunity,
    reaching over 36,000,000 consumers, 94% of which are US based. We’re able
    to present our users with a preferred choice whenever they are looking for
    anything on the major search engines.

    I seek one source to send the users on our Network, from the major search
    engines, for homeowners insurance in Watertown and surrounding markets.

    Please contact me at your earliest convenience. I am in the office
    daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific time.

    Best regards,

    Robert Moore
    Placement Analyst, SPNSearch
    Phone: (888) 418-4028, ext 2011

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  2. Reply Joe Wilkesani Oct 14,2009 8:05 am

    Oh and I looked at their site. It’s actually kinda impressive. In business almost six years. Six references you can call and a decent BBB rating. Don’t get me wrong – my company closed a year ago in the economic downturn – I don’t have a website anymore for these guys to market – so I won’t be a client – but I wonder if things might have been different had I talked to these people two years ago. I used to sell aftermarket auto parts.

    The level of barking I’m seeing about this company tells me they may be on to something. Seems to me, from what I’ve seen, that theres a few people out there who are making the same complaint under different names in different places. Pretty slimy competitor tactic. Where they mess up is they write the same way. Don’t y’all have anything better to do – I don’t know – like have a little class?

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  3. Reply Joe Wilkesani Oct 14,2009 7:59 am

    Actually that looks like an ad for search engine stuff. I really DON’T think someone phishing or doing something illegal would have an 800 number .. and I searched and they’re in the US. I also don’t see anything where they’re offering money of some sort.

    Remember … it helps to actually read 🙂

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  4. Reply Dan Sep 18,2009 3:48 pm

    They want to sell you SEO services and search engine placement. Not worth wasting your time with him.

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