I am an easy target for spam. I have a web page (or two, or three ...) that clearly carry my real e-mail address. I don't even bother to mung the address. Any web harvester will find my e-mail in short order. I also have a number of messages archived on the web for popular mailing lists. I even post messages to a few newsgroups. I'm not hard to find.
I get spammed repeatedly. In the last day, I've received 4 spam messages. The amount is relatively small, compared to the numbers I've heard for other people, but it comes in steadily, day after day. It annoys me.
This is where the warning comes in. If you spam me, I consider it my right and my responsibility to do everything I can to get your account closed. I take this responsibility seriously. I will report you to, in no particular order, the FTC, your ISP, and any/all ISP's whose addresses you have forged. If you feel that I'm not playing fair, that's just tough. You decided to get my attention (you sent me spam after all) now you have to deal with the result.
You have been warned.
If you receive spam, and want some pointers about how to fight back, please contact me for more information. Spammers live on getting any response to their boatloads of trash. I want to make getting even a small positive response hard.
After receiving yet another spam message, I decided to post an analysis of the headers to my web page. See my Example of spam page for more information.