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Some of the top comments, haters gonna hate. Not judging, I've been working in various jobs at various capacity, definitely not judging.
most other ESPs (Mailchimp, etc) don't allow spamming, so spammers flock to (and pay for!) products that look the other way.
It's an immoral business. I don't see why the hn community would endorse this just because it makes money.
"I Hit $115k/Month with a Gmail Span Cannon" might not have produced the levels of engagement he was looking for.
Reminds me of a HN story awhile back from a guy who built a business with eye-popping revenue. The article was cagey about what the product was - some kind of imported good. Turns out it was counterfeit watches. Ugh.