No, it isn't spam.
))))) I'm a man from Hungary, and I'm member in a Mercedes Club.
So... men from Hungary don't post spam, then? Mercedes "club" members don't post spam, either? Well.. OK.
You can see, I'm since november 2007 member... but I don't write always. I'm a tipical reader-member.
Personally, I don't care if you've been a member here since before Al Gore "invented" the internet. As of this post you have three posts, all in this thread. There is more to a forum membership than just a registration date. Sorry.
I agree that calling spam on a long-time member, even one with a very low post count, seems uncalled for in this case.
Eh. If it walks like a duck... you know the rest.
Nonetheless, caveat emptor--as always. It might be more appropriate, however, for the OP to offer information on how his group has addressed this problem so that others can learn from their sharing. Selling their solution is fine also, but this site is built on sharing.
But sharing won't make him any money. And this is where I was going with this whole spam thing. Guy's been registered since 07, and all of the sudden he posts about his new OMGOMGwhatatotallycoolfix!... that he wants money for.
Being a capitalist myself, I'm not going to fault him for trying to get some money out of his time, trouble and experiments. But at the same time, how do we know the guy is legit? No other posts here besides these three (as of this writing), and he expects me to send him money? He's not a benzworld vendor and likely, he's not going to pay benzworld a commission for selling his kit here.
Bottom line (for me) is this: You come into a forum out of the blue (yes, registered for years or not) to try and sell me something, there's a very good chance I won't buy it from you. But then again, that's just me. I'd rather support a company that supports a forum that I'm a member of, be it financially to help keep it up and running, or with free information that can save other members money.