What's with all the SPAM?

I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards me by 
putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship and advertising 
links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$ should be paying ME for this!

Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software package that 
has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.




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3/3/2006 10:42:00 PM
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You must realize: we consumers were put on Earth to be advertised to...

"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message
news:%23NJnpOxPGHA.1676@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards me by
> putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship and
advertising
> links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$ should be paying ME for
this!
>
> Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software package that
> has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.


0
3/3/2006 11:16:23 PM
I stopped watching television and listening to radio because of all the 
damned advertising.

I stopped going to my local grocery store because they have advertising on 
the floor, and advertising waving in the aisles, and talking ads in the deli 
and the checkout lines, plus their dumbass "membership" cards. I drive to 
another store five miles away instead.

I uninstalled Flash from my computer because I hate the zooming, flashing, 
noisy ads it gives me.

The web sites I visit most frequently are the ones to which I have bought a 
subscription that allows me to read them without ads.

I refuse to wear clothing that displays the manufacturer's logo. (I'll 
reconsider, if they offer to pay me.)

I never, ever, EVER buy anything from a company that has spammed me. I do 
get advertising flyers by email, but only from retailers I signed up with 
and can unsubscribe from.

Yet I still can't get away from it! They now have blindingly bright flashing 
signs along the highway! I thought that was illegal. It sure ought to be.

If I go to the beach, they have those goddamned airplanes buzzing back and 
forth, trying to sell me sunscreen! Or tires, or a stupid tv show.

All this, and I know that advertising is extremely expensive. One of these 
days, those morons are going to realize that what they're doing is 
counterproductive. It might not be in my lifetime though.




"Dick Watson" <littlegreengecko@mind-enufalready-spring.com> wrote in 
message news:uhw19hxPGHA.2668@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Let us know if you find one.
>
> You must realize: we consumers were put on Earth to be advertised to...
>
> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message
> news:%23NJnpOxPGHA.1676@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>> I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards me by
>> putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship and
> advertising
>> links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$ should be paying ME for
> this!
>>
>> Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software package that
>> has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.
>
> 


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nospam4109 (129)
3/4/2006 6:23:17 PM
"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:OLTwui7PGHA.224@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
>
> All this, and I know that advertising is extremely expensive. One of these 
> days, those morons are going to realize that what they're doing is 
> counterproductive. It might not be in my lifetime though.

Actually, they only do it because it's productive. It might not work to get 
you to buy something, but it does work to get more other people to buy 
something.

I'm not arguing that it's good, only that it's financially productive. As 
long as that's true, it will continue or increase.
-- 
Chris Cowles
Gainesville, FL



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spam_magnet (1210)
3/4/2006 6:54:58 PM
Rest assured, they KNOW it's not counterproductive or they wouldn't do it.

"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:OLTwui7PGHA.224@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
> One of these days, those morons are going to realize that what they're 
> doing is counterproductive. 


0
3/5/2006 11:24:01 PM
Obviously that's not true in my case. I can't be the only person on the 
planet like that. At least, not forever.


"Dick Watson" <littlegreengecko@mind-enufalready-spring.com> wrote in 
message news:eKWphwKQGHA.564@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> Rest assured, they KNOW it's not counterproductive or they wouldn't do it.
>
> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
> news:OLTwui7PGHA.224@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
>> One of these days, those morons are going to realize that what they're 
>> doing is counterproductive.
>
> 


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nospam4109 (129)
3/6/2006 8:08:35 PM
"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:u$x6AnVQGHA.2816@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Obviously that's not true in my case. I can't be the only person on the 
> planet like that. At least, not forever.

Assuming that advertising decisions are based on objective information 
(i.e., increase in sales as a result), you must be in the minority. Others 
may FEEL as you do, but they apparently do not ACT as you do.
-- 
Chris Cowles
Gainesville, FL



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spam_magnet (1210)
3/7/2006 1:36:30 AM
The question is not whether they reach everyone they'd like to reach. The 
question is whether their advertising investment is retuned + profit on the 
investment. Clearly the advertisers are convinced it is. By a wide margin.

"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:u$x6AnVQGHA.2816@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Obviously that's not true in my case. I can't be the only person on the 
> planet like that. At least, not forever. 


0
3/7/2006 2:38:45 AM
For Sale, Cheap: One copy of MS Money Premium 2006.

I can't stand the spam. I'm going back to 2003.



"Dick Watson" <littlegreengecko@mind-enufalready-spring.com> wrote in 
message news:uT%23F%23AZQGHA.1728@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> The question is not whether they reach everyone they'd like to reach. The 
> question is whether their advertising investment is retuned + profit on 
> the investment. Clearly the advertisers are convinced it is. By a wide 
> margin.
>
> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
> news:u$x6AnVQGHA.2816@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>> Obviously that's not true in my case. I can't be the only person on the 
>> planet like that. At least, not forever.
>
> 


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nospam4109 (129)
3/7/2006 7:45:58 AM
As noted at http://umpmfaq.info/Money2005.htm, I can't say as I blame you.

"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:umGjssbQGHA.1096@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> For Sale, Cheap: One copy of MS Money Premium 2006.
>
> I can't stand the spam. I'm going back to 2003. 


0
3/7/2006 1:35:33 PM
Thanks for the tip. I didn't know there was a money-back guarantee. And
thanks for maintaining the FAQ.




"Dick Watson" <littlegreengecko@mind-enufalready-spring.com> wrote in
message news:uHEj9weQGHA.2704@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> As noted at http://umpmfaq.info/Money2005.htm, I can't say as I blame you.
>
> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message
> news:umGjssbQGHA.1096@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
>> For Sale, Cheap: One copy of MS Money Premium 2006.
>>
>> I can't stand the spam. I'm going back to 2003.
>
>



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nospam4109 (129)
3/8/2006 4:03:22 PM
"Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message 
news:%23NJnpOxPGHA.1676@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>
> I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards me by 
> putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship and 
> advertising links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$ should be 
> paying ME for this!
>
> Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software package that 
> has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.
>
>
>
>

Quicken/Quickbooks is another good program.  When I used their past version, 
it had no ads in it.


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Taylor
3/10/2006 6:24:43 PM
Taylor wrote:
> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message
> news:%23NJnpOxPGHA.1676@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>>
>> I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards
>> me by putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship
>> and advertising links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$
>> should be paying ME for this!
>>
>> Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software
>> package that has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
> Quicken/Quickbooks is another good program.  When I used their past
> version, it had no ads in it.

I use money2006 standard.  I have not seen any spam or advertising of
any kind. 


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bbunny (52)
3/10/2006 10:06:26 PM
You are lucky indeed. Or oblivious.

Have you ever looked at the Related Links on the lower left of every account 
register? (To name just one location chock full of ads.)

"Frank" <bbunny@bqik.net> wrote in message 
news:eA$wh7IRGHA.2088@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> I use money2006 standard.  I have not seen any spam or advertising of
> any kind. 


0
3/10/2006 11:26:58 PM
"Frank" <bbunny@bqik.net> wrote in message 
news:eA$wh7IRGHA.2088@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> Taylor wrote:
>> "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam> wrote in message
>> news:%23NJnpOxPGHA.1676@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>>>
>>> I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards
>>> me by putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship
>>> and advertising links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$
>>> should be paying ME for this!
>>>
>>> Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software
>>> package that has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Quicken/Quickbooks is another good program.  When I used their past
>> version, it had no ads in it.
>
> I use money2006 standard.  I have not seen any spam or advertising of
> any kind.
>

You're kidding right?

Click on "Investing" or "Taxes"


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Taylor
3/11/2006 3:34:11 PM
"Taylor" <123@456.com> wrote in message 
news:T5CQf.7926$%X2.7458@tornado.texas.rr.com...
>
> You're kidding right?
>
> Click on "Investing" or "Taxes"

Maybe he neither invests nor pays taxes? 


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spam_magnet (1210)
3/11/2006 9:17:19 PM
Dick Watson wrote:
> You are lucky indeed. Or oblivious.
>
> Have you ever looked at the Related Links on the lower left of
> every account register? (To name just one location chock full of
> ads.)
> "Frank" <bbunny@bqik.net> wrote in message
> news:eA$wh7IRGHA.2088@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>> I use money2006 standard.  I have not seen any spam or advertising
>> of any kind.

I guess I am just _cautious_ about what links that I click _anywhere_. 


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bbunny (52)
3/12/2006 12:13:14 AM
I consider even seeing the ad ("Get Great Car Loan Rates") advertising...

"Frank" <bbunny@bqik.net> wrote in message 
news:eSPYBnWRGHA.5636@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
> I guess I am just _cautious_ about what links that I click _anywhere_. 


0
3/12/2006 5:01:42 AM
I am not getting ads.  I rarely use their links.  I do not use MS web
portfolios ie all is contained withing M06

arthur
==

On Fri, 3 Mar 2006 14:42:00 -0800, "Paul Pedersen" <nospam@no.spam>
wrote:

>
>I upgrade from Money Premium 2003 to 2006, and Microsoft rewards me by 
>putting spam all over hell. I selected "Turn off sponsorship and advertising 
>links", and I still get spam on my screens. M$ should be paying ME for this!
>
>Can anyone recommend a REAL home finance/investment software package that 
>has NO SPAM? I'd happily pay any reasonable price.
0
3/14/2006 8:40:39 AM
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