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QueChup – Let's All Send a Nice Message to the FTC

Published: September 12, 2007

Author: David Rodnitzky


Any of you who are in my GMail contact list will have just received an email from me “inviting” you to join me on the ‘social network that is sweeping the globe’ – QueChup.

As much as I love you all, I didn’t send you this message. In fact, I cancelled my QueChup account less than 30 minutes after joining. That was three days ago. But that didn’t stop QueChip from spamming my contact list today.

And it gets even better. If you click the “unsubscribe” link in the email, it takes you to the registration page to sign up! How’s that for a CAN-SPAM violation?

In most cases, I feel like it’s pointless to do anything to fight spammers. But I’m so mad about this particular one that I’m soliciting your help to help me bring these guys down, and fast.

Here’s what you can do. Click on this link to the FTC Complaint Form. Submit QueChup as an Internet fraud and identity theft criminal. Maybe if we can be half as effective as QueChup at spreading the word about their site, we can shut them down.

Also, here is all the contact information of QueChup’s parent company, iDate.com:

iDate Corporation
6767 West Tropicana Ave.
Suite 207
Las Vegas, NV
89103

Legal Counsel

United States General Counsel:
Loeb & Loeb LLP
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154-0037
Tel: (212) 407-4000

United States Special Counsel:
Ronald J. Stauber, Inc.
A Law Corporation
1880 Century Park East
Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Tel: (310) 556-0080

25 E Washington Street
Suite 420

Chicago, IL 60602

(650) 539-4124

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