spicyfatties.com was found on October 20th, 2011 on the URIBL (URI based Blacklist service) for possible SPAM and/or Malware violations.
The domain spicyfatties.com, registered through ENOM, INC. is listed on at least two SPAM blacklists as of today. This does not necessarily indicate that they are guilty of sending SPAM, merely that the server that their IP address is associated to was confirmed by at least 2 sources to be a gateway for SPAM. This leads us to recommend caution on this server as it is possible that if it is compromised for SPAM, other data could be compromised.
spicyfatties.com was spammed in October, 2011
When you tell the registrar ENOM about their problem, you get the same old irresponsible buck-passing duck-shoving fob-off – "we are only the registrar – complain to the hosting ISP" – as if that exonerated them from ethical responsibility.
You can see countless examples like this at the ENOM spammed domains blacklist published constantly at http://rss.uribl.com/nic/ENOM_INC_.html – when you compare ENOM with other registrars they show the worst record for support of high volume spamming. Typically about 50% of domains registered at Demand Media's ENOM is detected in unlawful spam (46% – 1140 of 2478).
ENOM is sponsoring this illegal spamming operation, and accepts payments for the unlawful domain name registrations. Where Go Daddy has shown corporate responsibility, ENOM shows corporate irresponsibility. And toothless ICANN accredits them, while pocketing the accreditation fees. Some would accuse ENOM of providing a safe harbor for crime. Others would wonder if there is any vestigial trace of ethics at ICANN.
Sexually explicit content.