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I have a purchased , credible email list of over 120,000 High Net Worth Clients.

This list includes emails and mobiles numbers.This is a list that is heavily marketed too. In many cases it also has their home addresses. Over 50% of the list was verified and updated in 2016. Most are personal emails.

I currently have a web-site which gets just over 7,000 visitors a year and I have had success selling these lists at between US$100 - US$150- yes I know it is not right but here my question.

What could I offer these contacts to prevent them from being spammed by more people who buy the lists? In other words is there a way to make money by contacting them and letting them know their data has been exposed to a wider market. Is there a product to sell them that helps prevent more unsolicited spam.
Date: Jan 9, 2017   


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