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(KSL News) -- A new spam e-mail is promising to get rid of all the junk e-mail you get in your computer inbox. The message says that for a nominal fee your e-mail address can be put on a web-based "do not spam" registry.
But experts warn that such services are not likely to work and are a waste of money. That's because, unlike the national "Do Not Call" list, marketing firms are under no obligation to comply with a "Do Not Spam" registry.