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I harvest ... you email ... we see what happens :)

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by _Biju_, Oct 20, 2011.

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  1. _Biju_

    _Biju_ Junior Member

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    Please move this to JV section ... WHERE IS IT ?

    So this is my first JV thred so don't kill me if I'm doing something wrong :p

    I found today a way to harverst emails (with the usernames attached) from forums. It took me a while to get this done so I'm not gonna spend more time figuring out how to send the emails.

    Everything is simple:

    I'll give you a CSV file with the email + username + niche so you can customize the message.

    If you don't have a CPA offer I can provide one from PeerFly or ... whatever

    You just have to send the emails. These are NOT Double Opt-in mails. These emails are scraped-harvested, whatever you want to call them. So think twice before you reply.

    I only scrape US and UK emails, maybe CA and AU if the number of emails is relevant, but if you want something specific I can get you any country if it's there as a language option.

    I wanna add that I cannot scrape all the forums ... some of them are customized, and I cannot scrape all types of forums, just the 3 types, and it looks like those are pretty popular after a SB scrape.

    Just to be on the safe side with you, the emails I will provide will be registered and confirmed, website+forum users. I don't know if they are active or not but that doesn't really matter.

    I can provide 3-5 lists of 5-10k emails, for people who wanna test what I do, so I will gain some credibility for this.

    So if anyone interested, I will send a list tomorow to test, and I hope everything goes well.

    Thanks

    BIJU

    (Will only reply after 12 hours from now - busy)
     
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2011
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