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Internet Search Works - March 30, 2010
Internet DesignWorks, SearchWorks and other companies we are affiliated with using Spam Arrest cut our spam from almost 10,000 spam emails a week to 300 valid emails. You are also able to allow email by domain name (e.g. anything ending in @yourdomainname.com) I have been so impressed with Spam Arrest, that I offer it on all our company websites. Spam Arrest will allow you to regain control of your email inbox. . . . Read More about Spam Arrest

F&*K You Spam!
John Hostler - January 14, 2009
For the past several months I have felt overwhelmed by spam. I have been convinced that I get WAY more spam than actual messages I give a shit about . . . I decided to test out spamarrest . . . I feel liberated and can finally say, "F&*k you spam!" My inbox and BlackBerry are MUCH cleaner and I don't come back to an inbox littered with hundreds of emails after having spent just an hour with the family. . . . Read More about Spam Arrest

Finally - I've defeated the email productivity monster once and for all!
Conxentric - August 3, 2008
The light bulb went off! I could've stopped this whole SPAM problem a long time ago, if I had just taken a few minutes to seriously learn about and try out SpamArrest - an ingenious solution to the SPAM problem (I wish I'd thought of it - it's an elegant, ingenious tool). . . . Read More about Spam Arrest

Internet: SpamArrst
NerdBoyTV Internet: Spam Arrest - July 27, 2008
In this episode of NerdBoyTV, Ryan Yee talks about SpamArrest, an Internet service that does a terrific job of keeping pesky spam out of your email Inbox. Works GREAT! . . . Watch More about Spam Arrest

How I Dealt With 42,365 Spam Emails Per Day!
Neil Shearing's Official Blog - July 24, 2008
Until a few days ago, I forwarded all my @scamfreezone.com email to my Gmail account and downloaded the filtered emails. Unfortunately, Gmail got swamped. I had 1.27 MILLION emails in the spam folder. That's an average of 42,365 hitting the account every day! The spams were taking up 5.7 GB of webspace. . . . Read More about Spam Arrest


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Spam-Blocking Service Pays Customers - July 17, 2012
Seattle-based Spam Arrest LLC scored a victory over unwanted-email spam in settling a lawsuit against a mass-marketing firm, and is distributing cash from the settlement to its customers. In many cases, the customers will receive amounts that are much more than they paid for the Spam Arrest service itself. The defendant in the lawsuit also agreed to stop sending unwanted email to Spam Arrest customers. . . . Read More about Spam Arrest

Spam Arrest: A solution for eliminating spam
Phil Baker - June 21, 2010
If you can't detect spam 100 percent of the time, you can still prevent it from getting in your inbox. How? By blocking all e-mail, except from those that you've preapproved. This is the basis of Spam Arrest, a challenge/response e-mail system that I've been trying out for about a month. Before delivering e-mail to you, it checks to see if the sender is on your approved list. This list is made up of all the e-mail addresses in your contact list and any others that you have previously approved. Read more about Spam Arrest

E-mail add-ons can tame even the peskiest inbox
The Boston Globe - March 26, 2009
I'm far more aggressive about my personal messages, with help from a very effective service called Spam Arrest, available at www.spamarrest.com. The first time someone sends me an e-mail, Spam Arrest sends an automatic reply that requires him to type some randomly chosen words. Read more about Spam Arrest

Tech Q and A: What Routers Can and Can't Do
Fox News - July 01, 2008
I get 250 or more pieces of spam every day of the week — and more on weekends, since the spammers seem to think I'm more likely to read and respond on my days off. Yet I only see 1 or 2 pieces each week. Why? The solution I have used for several years can be found at www.spamarrest.com. Spamarrest works by downloading e-mail from all of your accounts and forwarding to your computer only those from senders on your approved list (your "whitelist"). Read More about Spam Arrest

Spam, spam, and trademark with spam
Seattle Times - Sunday Morning Muzz - Dec 2, 2007
It's "the first and only" victory in a raft of cases that meat-packing giant Hormel, which makes Spam, has brought against software companies, says Spam Arrest's attorney, Derek Newman. Some others settled, while many have been waiting for the outcome of Spam Arrest's bout. The case was widely watched in the world of trademark law because the evolution of the word spam created "kind of an unusual situation," says Graham & Dunn attorney Michael Atkins, who writes a blog on the subject. Read more about Spam Arrest

Spam lawsuit's last laugh is at Hormel's expense
Trading Markets - Nov 30, 2007
Hormel said it was disappointed, but officials wouldn't comment on what the decision means to the company. "Although we understand and accept that the term 'spam' has taken on new meaning in recent years, it is important to remember that we created the Spam brand more than 70 years ago and have invested significantly to build, support and protect the brand," Hormel spokeswoman Julie Craven said. Read more about Spam Arrest

Spam Arrest
SlashDot - Nov 30, 2007
StarTribune site covers a significant setback for the Hormel food company, in a case that's being closely watched by security companies across the country. Seattle-based Spam Arrest has gone up against the creator of the food substance in court, fighting for the right to use the word spam in its company name. Read more about Spam Arrest

Spam not just for eating anymore
United Press International - Nov 29, 2007
Spam Arrest attorney Derek Newman says the ruling clears the way for other companies to use the word in trademarked product names when battling Internet spam. "Spam Arrest fought this battle for the whole software industry," Newman told the Star Tribune. "The case is limited to the e-mail usage of the word spam, which will not detract from the fame associated with Hormel's meat products trademark." Read more about Spam Arrest



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SPAM ARREST PAYS CUSTOMERS - July 17, 2012
Seattle-based Spam Arrest LLC scored a victory over unwanted-email spam in settling a lawsuit against a mass-marketing firm, and is distributing cash from the settlement to its customers. In many cases, the customers will receive amounts that are much more than they paid for the Spam Arrest service itself. The defendant in the lawsuit also agreed to stop sending unwanted email to Spam Arrest customers. Read more...



SPAM ARREST WINS LAWSUIT AGAINST HORMEL OVER SPAM TRADEMARK
Nov 28, 2007
After a five year litigation, Spam Arrest wins the David and Goliath battle to keep its trademark and protect the anti-spam industry from further lawsuits Read more...



SPAM ARREST CONTINUES ITS TRADEMARK FIGHT AGAINST HORMEL
Jan 8, 2007
After a Half Million in Fees, the Final Hearing in Spam Arrest's Long Battle Against Hormel Will Occur in New York, Feb. 23, 2007 Before a Live Audience of Trademark Attorneys Read more...



SPAM ARREST OFFERS FREE 90 DAY TRIAL TO BLUE SECURITY USERS
May 23, 2006
Spam Arrest offers Blue Security Blue Frog Software users a free 90 day trial of Spam Arrest's patent protected, web-based, anti-spam service. Read more...



STATEMENT BY SPAM ARREST LLC CONCERNING MAILBLOCKS LITIGATION
August 13, 2004
Spam Arrest and Mailblocks have amicably settled a longstanding patent lawsuit pending in federal court in Seattle. Read more...






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