King of Spam (make that former King of Spam) Scott Richter has closed a chapter in his book of spam kingness, and has settled a lawsuit with Microsoft for a cool $7million. Which of course leads one to wonder just how much he actually made while seated on his spamming throne.
Scott Richter and his OptInRealBig have filed for bankruptcy and must notify all potentially impacted parties by email – but how many of them will actually get the notices, given that spam filters around the world have a special place just for him and his email?
Scott “I don’t need money” Richter, notorious spammer, has filed for bankruptcy in the face of a lawsuit from Microsoft.
In an exclusive story, the Internet Patrol has learned that the New York State Attorney General has reached a settlement with Spam King Scott Richter.
Kudos to the Daily Show’s Rob Corddrey (pronounced Cordrey) for his deft segment in which he interviews notorious U.S. spammer Scott Richter.