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Juno.com Complaint - Why the scam sites - Free email

Review by Greyfox3 on 2011-01-23
I have three friends that use juno.com free email and juno attaches advertisements too each email. I do not have a problem with them paying for their email accounts in the manner but why agree to advertise sites that have a proven history of scamming the public.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qL1NNJmvCmY leads to what appears to be a TV station web page but is nothing more than an ad for Jessica Holcomb trying to sell unsuspecting viewers a work at home program that has been documented as worthless.

A little unseemly for a respected site such as juno.com.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-01-23
Posted by idontthinkso on 2011-01-23:
You get what you pay for.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-01-23:
Juno.com is highly respected? OK. Don't open any unwanted email. Idontthinkso is correct.

Posted by Ben There on 2011-01-23:
Often times websites do not have any idea of what ads are appearing on their site - they sell space to agencies that fill in the ads with content specific to your region, cookies you already have on your computer, or even based on text appearing on the page itself.

Sites often have the ability to restrict certain types of ads, so email Juno to let them know.

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