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Written By: Hugh J. Donagher, III on December 5, 2008 at 11:02 am

Several Lions in the District have had emails sent out on their behalf by Reunion.com, asking people to connect with them on that site. Reunion.com is running a sophisticated phishing scam that is responsible for this spam traffic. Read more about it at the L. A. Times. I’ve also blogged about this at my personal blog.

To complain about this company’s aggressive and deceptive marketing tactics, particularly if you have been victimized by them, you may contact Gerardo Espinoza (manager of customer service) or Jeffrey Tinsley (CEO) at (310) 571-3144, or write to Reunion.com, 12200 West Olympic Boulevard, Suite 270, Los Angeles, CA 90025. You may also try emailing bizdev@reunion.com to voice your displeasure there.

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