(1) why are you spamming me (2) with false information?

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Hello Costin,

This is s**** ****** with Comodo, The SSL certificate on your website expires on Thursday, May 26, 2011. You are currently using Verisign as your vendor. According to Verisign’s website, the certificate you are using costs $399.00 USD for 1 year.

I have a great solution that would be suitable for your organization. It is called the Instant SSL certificate. Instant SSL also has no hidden fees.

Instant SSL: 1yr. $149.00, 2yr. $199.00, 3yr. $249.00, 4yr. $299.00, 5yr. $349.00 USD.

Instant SSL comes with:

* Full business validated certificate                                       
* Most trusted 2048-bit SSL Certificate
* Trusted by all major Browsers
* 99.3% Browser Ubiquity
* Unlimited Re-Issuance Policy
* FREE Corner-of-Trust trustmark
* $10,000 Relying Party Warranty
* 128/256 bit encryption
* 30 day Refund Policy
* Support by e-mail and web
* Licensed for unlimited physical servers

Here is the link if you want to go in depth about our certificates


I also attached some information about our company Comodo, as well as your current provider Verisign.

I can actually absorb the time you have remaining on your current certificate so you will not lose the 22 days you have left on the Verisign certificate.

If you have any questions or concerns please call or e-mail me.

My office hours are 9am to 6pm EST.

Also, If your company decides to move forward with Comodo, I will be your dedicated account manager. Instead of calling a call center to get support, you will have my direct contact information.

Thank You,

s**** ******
Account Executive
Direct: 201-680-****
E-Mail: s****.******@comodo.com

s**** ******

Account Executive


Direct: 201-680-****

E-Mail: s****.******@comodo.com

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All SSL providers use some sort of spider to crawl the web looking for expiring certificates. It appears our spider found one of your client’s site who has a Verisign certificate expiring on 26 May 2011 and your details would have appeared in the WHOIS. Now the spider data may be slightly old but rarely considered ‘false’ information.

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