How do I stop getting emails?

by John Cross » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 00:25:18 GMT


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 I have done everything I can think of to stop getting emails from this group! 
When I reply to Unsubscribe it gets kicked back, when I press the Unsubscribe 
button on the website nothing happens, what do I have to do?


      
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