[SATLUG] Client TOS Notification - firstname.lastname@example.org?
argiod at bresnan.net
Tue Dec 11 12:48:36 CST 2007
Back when AOL was in its infancy I set up a dial-up acct with them.
After a couple months I decided I couldn't afford both their monthly fee and
the long distance fees to connect. So, I got on line and closed the account.
Or, so I though.
In fact, the account was no longer accesable to me online; however, they
continued to draw the $25/mo out of my bank account.
I sent them emails, which never got answered. I phoned them on numerous
occasions, and nobody ever answered; and on the occasions I persisted, after a
couple tries, I got a busy signal.
I finally went to my bank and asked if they could stop the automatic
withdrawals, and they told me they could only shut it off if they got a note
from AOL saying the account was closed. So, my last resort was to close my
So, in my personal opinion, AOL are a bunch of thieves and scoundrels. I feel
a deep empathy with anyone who has problems with them and their 'service'. My
usual recommendation to anyone who has problems with AOL is to switch
On Tue, 11 Dec 2007 11:09:51 -0600
"Sean Carolan" <scarolan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maybe Brad or someone else on this list can help me, because AOL's
> phone support is less than useless. I've been getting several dozen
> messages a day from scomp at aol.net, always with the same subject line
> "Client TOS Notification". There is no message in the body of the
> mail, and it has the original message sent from our application
> I'm guessing it has to do with some kind of spam/blocklist but they
> can't seem to find any of our mailserver IP addresses on their block
> lists. If anyone has some insight I'd appreciate it. I think I liked
> AOL a lot better when it was a walled garden separate from the rest of
> the Internet! :)
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