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    • JasmineD on Птн 20 Окт 2017
    • 06:16:27

    Spam, scam

    These domain names send out spam by looking up a domain's WHOIS data and offering to sell back to you various other TLDs of the domain you already own. They even threaten that someone wants to register the trademark:

    Unsolicited emails and phishing: - This domain sends out adevrtisement related to solar panels. I have never ever visited their websites. - An email provider apparently, maybe only some users our faulty, not the provider. - Jewelry promotion, unsolicited. - a website that hosts one of those "I decided to end my life but I'll leave my huge fortune to you because I trust no one else" phishing schemes. - a domain name used to send unsolicited e-mails offering (fake?) perfumes. - viagra black market. - Informed me that I have to transfer via Western Union some funds to unlock my (supposedly inherited) $10,500,000.00. (I love these ones) - unsolicited e-mail about forex trading and HUUUGE income opportunities. Only if you use their services, obviously.

    "Cogito ergo sum" (René Descartes)


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    • A440 on Сбт 21 Окт 2017
    • 15:16:05

    RE: Spam, scam

    "" is an ISP in Greece and not a "viagra black market" as you have posted.
    While some of these are spotty, you need to make certain about these sites before you post any claims.
    Forthnet does have a problem with spam though.