Stainless steel threaded fasteners

http://www.stf-fasteners.co.uk
Established in 1986, STF have dominated the UK stainless steel fasteners market for 2 decades. Part of the SRB Ltd Group of Companies, STF operate from 50,000 sq. ft. premises in the Heart of the West Midlands, delivering next day anywhere to mainland UK.
Over 10,000 line items of A2, A4, A4-80 and brass fasteners are fully controlled by an integrated SAP computer system. With direct access to all group company stock, STFs experienced sales staff are able to respond promptly to all customers enquiries and orders.
The full range of A2, A4 and A4-80 stainless steel fasteners are stocked, including hexagon bolts, hexagon setscrews, nuts, washers, machine screws, self tapping screws, woodscrews, socket screws, studding, security screws, micro screws etc. both in metric and imperial threadforms. The company also has its own Stainless Steel Specials department, which means that STF can quote for any non- standard parts.
By 2001, a new division was established STF EXPORTS to combine the export sales of STF, Icon Fasteners and Galaxy Fasteners. In 2006, STF Marine was successfully launched supplying stainless steel marine fittings to the industry.
STF are dedicated to providing all customers world wide with a range of high quality stainless steel fasteners, brass fasteners, sockets and hexagons in grades 8.8 to 14.9 and construction fasteners, all at competitive prices, off the shelf.
http://www.stf-fasteners.co.uk
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snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk wrote:

> etc...
I wonder if STF Fasteners know that their web provider, eSterling, is spamming newsgroups as part of their Internet Marketing Solution? Yep, this is the same guy that everyone jumped on yesterday when he was 'promoting' A&N Joinery. So, perhaps emails to the companies concerned to let them know what Mr Sanders screwing up their business and maybe even charging them money for the privilege.
Andrew
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Static IP address makes the abuse report a nice easy cut and paste, anyone wanting to copy and send mine is welcome:
To: snipped-for-privacy@btopenworld.com Subject: [217.41.46.253] - BT Openworld user - commercial posting abuse
[217.41.46.253] - BT Openworld user - commercial posting abuse NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 16:16:54 +0000 (UTC)
Hi Folks,
The BT Openworld user identified above and in the sample header and message below is repeatedly abusing your service by posting commercial advertising to the usenet group uk.d-i-y which has strict no commercial advertising policy.
The advertising policy of the group may be viewed here: http://www.diyfaq.org.uk/#can
If you could discourage this user from this practice in future I would be much obliged.
Regards,
<yourname>
<quote> Path: core-phx-easynews!news-in-01-phx.easynews.com!news.easynews.com!en 236!core- easynews!news-in-02.newsfeed.easynews.com!easynews.com!easynews!newsfeed 1.dallas1.level3.net!n ewsfeed2.dallas1.level3.net!news.level3.com!postnews.google.com!f10g2000 hsf.googlegroups.com!not- for-mail From: snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk Newsgroups: uk.d-i-y Subject: Stainless steel threaded fasteners Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 08:16:54 -0800 (PST) Organization: http://groups.google.com Lines: 31 Message-ID: < snipped-for-privacy@f10g2000hsf.googlegrou ps.com> NNTP-Posting-Host: 217.41.46.253 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1256 Content-Transfer-Encoding X-Trace: posting.google.com 1202314614 18436 127.0.0.1 (6 Feb 2008 16:16:54 GMT) X-Complaints-To: snipped-for-privacy@google.com NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 16:16:54 +0000 (UTC) Complaints-To: snipped-for-privacy@google.com Injection-Info: f10g2000hsf.googlegroups.com; posting- host!7.41.46.253; posting-account=SAd9HwoAAAB3Rg-B3dMxvMi3EyhNlD23 User-Agent: G2/1.0 X-HTTP-UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-GB; rv:1.8.1.11) Gecko/20071127 Firefox/2.0.0.11,gzip(gfe),gzip(gfe) Xref: core-phx-easynews uk.d-i-y:771372
http://www.stf-fasteners.co.uk
Established in 1986, STF have dominated the UK stainless steel fasteners market for 2 decades. Part of the SRB Ltd Group of Companies, STF operate from 50,000 sq. ft. premises in the Heart of the West Midlands, delivering next day anywhere to mainland UK.
Over 10,000 line items of A2, A4, A4-80 and brass fasteners are fully controlled by an integrated SAP computer system. With direct access to all group company stock, STF’s experienced sales staff are able to respond promptly to all customers’ enquiries and orders.
The full range of A2, A4 and A4-80 stainless steel fasteners are stocked, including hexagon bolts, hexagon setscrews, nuts, washers, machine screws, self tapping screws, woodscrews, socket screws, studding, security screws, micro screws etc. both in metric and imperial threadforms. The company also has its’ own ‘Stainless Steel Specials’ department, which means that STF can quote for any non- standard parts.
By 2001, a new division was established – STF EXPORTS – to combine the export sales of STF, Icon Fasteners and Galaxy Fasteners. In 2006, STF Marine was successfully launched supplying stainless steel marine fittings to the industry.
STF are dedicated to providing all customers world wide with a range of high quality stainless steel fasteners, brass fasteners, sockets and hexagons in grades 8.8 to 14.9 and construction fasteners, all at competitive prices, off the shelf.
http://www.stf-fasteners.co.uk </quote>
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Oh look - it's the same nitwit spammer that was spamming about his client's DIY Joinery business earlier.....
Not really his client's fault - after all - they're probably not aware that their consultant (approved by Coventy & Nuneaton Businesslink) is spamming on their behalf...
Probably better to contact
snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk or snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk or even fill in the form at
http://www.esterling.co.uk/contact.asp
and explain to these 'experts' why they shouldn't spamvertise on uk-diy ......
Adrian
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Are these the correct addresses ?
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"Your spam in uk.d-i-y guarantees that I will never purchase anything you advertise, and I will recommend that others take the same line
fuck off"
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In an earlier contribution to this discussion,

As far as I can see they're wholesalers anyway, so they're not likely to want to supply half a dozen bolts and nuts to your average d-i-y-er!
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Roger Mills wrote:

Maybe a load of emails asking how much for three off, 2BA nuts?
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Hello,
I'd like to apologise for "spamming" on your forum. I recently posted an add on behalf of a client, which was against Usenet rules.
Taking this into account, I can understand how genuine users of usenet will be offended by all the spamming which takes place, and would like to offer my sincere apologies.
It was no fault of the client, and I would be more than happy if any offended users would like to forward their issues to me, which I will be happy to address and respond to personally.
My actions were clearly intruding, and I can assure all users that it will not be happening again.
Kindest regards,
Martin Sanders
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On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 03:41:54 -0800 (PST), snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk wrote:

And you didn't realise that you were 'intruding' ..?
Maybe you should read your own website - under 'Glossary of Terms' it says
============ Spam    Very controversial. Refers to the act of posting the same message to several inappropriate newsgroups or, more commonly, mass mailing unsolicited email messages.
============ If I, as one of your clients, had paid you between 75 pounds and 465 pounds per month for your advertised service .........
<quote> This is where eSterling differs, our Microsoft Approved technical specialists are constantly looking for ways to improve our knowledge of eMarketing, with eSterling Ltd you are in safe hands. <unquote>
......then I'd be massively pi**ed off if you thought it was appropriate to spam my website across the newsgroups - after all - you are supposed to be the experts.
Talk about the blind leading the blind !
Adrian
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snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk writes

If you don't understand that usenet = no ads unless there is an '.ad.'/'adverts' in the group name then perhaps you are in the wrong business.
Thanks for the apology, accepted if you would be good enough to tell us if BT contacted you following an abuse report, I've previously regarded them as the chocolate fireguard of abuse management so it would be nice to get an update on their current performance.
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HI Geoff

Well - that's sort of the jist of what I wrote to them <g> only perhaps in more diplomatic language (probably wasted on them !)
Adrian
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I don't know WHAT you mean
I'm famous for my "diplomatic"
err ...
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I thing you're mixing up diplomacy and diplomatic immunity ;-)
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snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk wrote:

Subject: Spam Advertising By Your Firm
Hi -
You may be aware that adverts for your company are being posted to internet discussion groups by someone called snipped-for-privacy@esterling.co.uk.
You may not be aware that these groups have a firmly-held prohibition upon commercial advertising, and there is a lot of ill-feeling towards people who defy that convention.
Your agent has chosen to post one such message into a group called uk-diy, and thus antagonised a significant element of your market. I suspect this will not be the only complaint you receive.
Please don't do it again.
Thanks -
Steve Walker
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wrote:

Why did you say "Please don't do it again" . It wasn't the company who was "doing it"
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