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flipmailer.com reviews (23)
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This viral data miner deceptively collects email addresses, other personal data, and contacts, and spams contacts by email posing as an invitation sent by a known contact.
Risks: tracking, spam, browser exploits, phishing.
Do not click links or provide any personal data.
Flipora and Infoaxe network are known spammers. they offers a fake service, when you sign up inadvertently giving access to the address book of your email account and those responsible for this spam used that information to send spam to contacts. Stay away from this spammers.
Spamvertized domain redirector
Domain Name: FLIPMAILER.COM
Creation Date: 2011-04-12 14:26:51
Registrant Name: Registration Private
Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
redirects to flipora.com )
flipora.com domain data hidden:
Registered to "Domains By Proxy, LLC" / Creation Date: 2011-10-06 21:16:43
which then asks for gmail username and password, then steals address book and spams them too...
No experience with the website, but my mailbox keeps getting hit with alleged invites from my email friends. Unethical grabs of their address lists. I don't click on links in spam mail...
Spam, fake invitations via email
Network Flipora and Infoaxe, known spammers and hijackers.=
Redirects or phish page
Your personal information
Stay out !
It's just a spam site. It takes your contacts and spams you rapidly with them in order to entice you to "follow" your friends and lead to their website. Personally, I have no idea what the website is about, and Gmail seems to filter it quite naturally into the "Spam" folder - however, still watch out, and spread the word in case someone else gets tricked.
Annoying at best, scam at worst.
This is a scam spam and virus site ! Related to http://flipora.com and http://infoaxe.net
Avoid these SOBs at all costs !
Flipmailer is a spam-sending operation. I just got one of their "(x) wants to friend you / follow you" messages via a mailing list I subscribe to. The supposed sender is probably unaware that her address book contacts are being spammed.
Continues to claim that one of my friends tries to contact me. Probably gets my info from her address book.