Fake 'Do Not Call' Lists crop up

I have already seen this myself. It is just another way for SPAMers to cull more email addresses and more money from stupid people. From CNN. I cannot understand how people would pay for this when the real Do Not Call list held by the FTC does not cost a penny. But then SPAM is alive because people buy it. If you pay to be on a 'Do Not Call" list you deserve to get flooded with more SPAM.
"It's probably not worth signing up. You can get plenty of spam for free," said Howard Beales, head of the Federal Trade Commission's consumer-protection division.

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