From: info (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 09 2001 - 19:37:31 PDT
I recvd this unsolicted email from a "James Clarke" offering his expert services for web programming.
He looked up my email address through the whois services of domains I have registered.
I did a quick search on google for his name
"James Clarke" +cgi +programming -david
and I found a whole bunch of people complaining about his spamming activities.
Seems he's been up to this shameless self promotion for many years now.
He charges $25 / hour, which any educated business person knows is the bottom of the pile in terms of talent. You get what you pay for, so be careful.
Another queer thing, in his email he does not list any websites as references of his EXPERT work.
What are you trying to hide James?
Ah email... Isn't it a great way to ruin your career?
From James Clarke:
I am a contract web programmer and have done work for many web
design companies and ad agencies. I specialize in both
CGI/Perl and ASP programming on Unix and NT platforms and
have worked on quite a few web projects including:
- database and site wide search engines
- web database systems
- e-commerce / web based shopping cart systems
- interactive threaded discussion forums
- realtime web chats
- web based surveys, polls and quizzes
- web form handlers with email auto-responders
I quote by the project and will gladly provide pricing estimates
upon request. Projects are completed within business time and
come with my install and update support. Should you have the need
for my services either now or in the future, please don't hesitate
to contact me.
"I may not know it all, but I know web programming."
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