OSCOAOcean State Campground Owners Association
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During investigations of OSCOA and its records, Microsoft discovered that the defendant acquired counterfeit Microsoft software from various suppliers and distributed thousands of these illegal units of software per week based on responses to the Internet e-mail solicitations.
In addition to organizing the mass counterfeit distribution scheme, OSCOA engaged a company doing business as NATM-NET to send unsolicited e-mail to at least 25 million addresses worldwide offering the counterfeit software at discounted prices.
NATM-NET charged OSCOA a rate of $850 for each million e-mail messages it sent to potential customers in places that included Australia, Great Britain, Italy and Brazil.