FBI puts stop to spam king

Monday, 17 October 2005, 6:33 AM EST

Warrants unsealed last week revealed that agents in September seized computers, laptops, financial records and disks from the 8,000-square-foot home of Alan M. Ralsky. The $750,000 West Bloomfield mini-mansion was built off profits from the 100 million electronic offers for everything from Botox to mortgages that Ralsky sends every day.

By Joel Kurth and David Shepardson at The Detroit News.

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