AFP NEWS AGENCY -- May 26 -- US regulators obtained a court order shutting down a spam operation that sent out millions of e-mails urging recipients to "date lonely housewives." The operation violated nearly every provision of CAN-SPAM. A federal court froze the assets of California-based Cleverlink Trading and Real World Media which control more than 180 websites including wiveswhocheat69.biz and hookuptomorrow.com. Messages look like they come from an internet dating service containing lonely housewives who want casual sexual relationships. In a four-month period alone, the defendants took in nearly $700k in membership fees.