For the longest time I’ve had a real problem with spammers using my email address as a return address on their messages. This is because my email was listed as the contact email for our domain when I registered it and someone decided it would be a good idea to add it to a spam list.
Anyway, 90% of the bounced spam that I receive contains a domain that is registered to AIT domains in Fayetteville, North Carolina and after contacting them about the problem I am still getting tons of bounced junk email that I didn’t send. (over 700 in the past week!) So I have notified them that I will be forwarding those bounced spam messages to them so they can see the problem first hand. ;o)
Also, in the state of Florida I can sue the sender of the email for $50 per email that is sent using my email address as the return address. All I need now is a good lawyer to check my evidence and help me collect on my growing fortune! (Applicants please post your resume as a comment!)