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I got this spam that I never signed up for from lyris.com which also owns elabs10.com
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Yandex has detected malware on this site that may harm your computer or gain access to your personal information.
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Received links from an ACT email which redirects to the ACT website. Nothing fishy from what I can tell, but it seems other users have had problems with this site. If you receive an email with links to this site, you can always instead go to Google and search for your desired site yourself.
I am a retired member of the Machinist's Union and this site is one of the best sources of information about both the Union and all issues of concern to working families.
Spamvertised Website! -
This Domain Involved in Spamming -
Listed on Joe Wein's blacklist.
Many of the comments complain about spam from The Nation.
I suggest that these a paid commentary by the American Rabid Right that wishes to degrade the reputation of The Nation quite simply because they disagree with its journalistic political opinion.
The only email I get from The Nation (in the past five years) has been their occasional request to help fund the newspaper. After all it is free over the Internet.
If that is "spamming" then somebody is redefining the word! And for no other reason than to denigrate a fine newspaper.
Сайт создан для мошенических способов заработка.
Appears the site is being targeted in spam mail. The link is a temporary link from my banking statements. Also I have verified the link at least for me takes me to the correct place. Verified via IP Address as well as other methods. If you don't have a perkstreet/related account then better to delete. Or as I do, just login from the URL address line in your browser every time.
This site is listed as a spamvertised domain.
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