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The rest of this page is devoted to those wonderful people who didn't read the above terms and conditions and scanned this page looking for e-mail addresses to send spam messages to.
The following 'nice people' have agreed to their names, e-mail addresses and other details being published on this page so that other 'nice people' can send these spammers a little of their own medicine. Maybe they might also like to see what anagrams you can make from 'louoafearoy' (here's a clue it starts with 'You' and ends with 'fool') and think before sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All the e-mail addresses below have been made nice and easy for e-mail harvesting programs to find so they should start getting lots of nice spam soon.
|Edward Osei - email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org||Claims to need my help in transferring $10,000,000 from South Africa|
|Dr. Kenneth Johnson email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com||Wants to split $25,000,000 with me by stealing it from a bank account he claims to be the manager of.|
|MR. JOSE DALLARS (Who is dumb enough to have lost his Caps Lock
||Sent me an e-mail telling me I had won €500,500.00 in a lottery
I don't seem to remember entering. Naturally I don't want it - I'm
rich enough. So if anyone else out there
Appears to be the billing address of sites which have tried to sell me a number of unwanted products - http://www. find-ph.info and www.good4her.info. Currently it's owner, Il Jung (The North vietnamese president?), is under the illusion that I need medical help! He has php sites which are difficult to track down so if any hackers out there are annoyed by spam - take a look at them (IP 22.214.171.124) and regard them as a challenge.
|Peter Benedetto, firstname.lastname@example.org||Is the person registered as the administrator of www.streamsoft.info and www.bizlist4u.info who have been sending me spam offering software at low prices which Microsoft find VERY interesting! Want to give him a call on +5.062777632 or maybe fax him information about spam at the same number?|
|Adam Brancusi email@example.com||Is the person responsible for www.mr36.info who also think I need medical help and feel the need to slow down my Internet connection by e-mailing six times in a single day to a spammer trap. Hey - maybe he would like some very long faxes about spam? His fax number (in Roumania?) is +4.0268410223|
Jeff Smart Sexygeorge6969@hotmail.com
(Personally I never trust a company with a hotmail web address!)
|Is the person responsible for www.iabewrdf.info and www.jzkfbaef.info (Canadian Pharmacy) who also thinks I need medical help and who claims to live at 1005 West 52nd St., New York. 10019. Call him up on +1.7145738593 or fax him on the same number. Strange how he does not give any address or phone numbers on the website which claims to have a 'Goldstar web award' Huh?|
Angelica Saldana firstname.lastname@example.org
In other words this is a spam which attempts to get you to go to www.nuref.net
Suggests I take advantage of a slimming pill called Anatrim which I can purchase from a site www.nuref.net at $74.95 for a one month supply. The site invites you to send your credit card and other details but does not seem to have heard of security since they use http rather than https. I don't seem to be able to find an address, phone number or e-mail address on the site either. Never mind - if you want to contact them the site is registered to
liu fei (According to some, a well known sender of spam, Bob Solomon,
uses this name)
Now considering that you are sending your money to China and the
active ingredient of Antrim comes from a very scarse plant grown
in the deserts of South Africa
El Gordo Megatrustconsultant@consultant.com
Is yet another incredibly stupid person who sends e-mail to an address starting 'plesespmme@...' No problen 'El Gordo. Lots of us who hate spam will be delighted to flood your e-mail address with spam and maybe your e-mail harvesting program will pick up your own address and allow you to spam yourself too :)
By the way I suggest you take your lottery claim...
Employs people to promote meds at www.stbgefsed.info. Take some good advice - if you need medication - go see a doctor and buy your meds from a regular pharmacy who won't rip you off by selling an imitation product. Stll - if you want to send your money to:
Registrant Name:Nguyen 1 Quang Huy
maybe you should try them
Stefan Procopiu email@example.com
Is an astonishing person - especially since he's sending out spam after being dead for over 30 years! (If you don't know, he was a Romanian scientist)
sends out spam promoting a site astonishingly like Il Jung's above. It offers the 'alternative to Viagra' You just send him $5.00 and he'll ship it to you anywhere in the world. Honest he will. He does... Doesn't he?
Registrant Name:Stefan Procopiu
Hey Yahoo - Why is this spammer's e-mail account still active?
Got a problem with your weight? Well you could try eating less and taking more exercise. Alternatively if you want to make you wallet lighter and lose weight that way you might contact this guy.
Registrant Name:Nguyen 1 Quang Huy
Andrew Banks who also goes by the name Luis Condado (I thought he was Mayor of Guadalajara) firstname.lastname@example.org thinks we pay too much interest. I agree- I'm not at all interested in his spam.
|Has been sending me spam trying to get me to refinance my mortgage.
Somehow I don't think he'll have much luck since I don't have one.
Maybe he's not having much luck since he's trying to sell his domain
at your-financial.com which by a strange coincidence is on a server
'mortgage-fix.com' Anyway his address is:
city: San Felipe del Agua
|Clive Redfern email@example.com||
Is the person responsible for joy-cd.info and leaderpack.info
which are promoted by spammers who want to sell cheap software
|Ruslan Yavorenko firstname.lastname@example.org||
Controls yet another meds site promoted by spam. lavnfjefs.info Can't be doing too well since he's trying to sell the domain. If you want to buy drugs from him in Russia then...
Registrant Name:Ruslan Yavorenko
|Peter Benedetto email@example.com||
Promotes techsol.info using spam senders. This is a software company offering 85% off Microsoft and Adobe software. You send the money to him in Columbia and I'm sure he will send you legit Microsoft and Adobe software. Bet your company will really be pleased!
|Alexander I. Ovod (firstname.lastname@example.org)
seems to alow e-mail to be sent out as Wilbert Selwyn, yet another
who wants to sell cheap software and seems to think it's ok to promote
it by using spam. He runs the web host of vitriolware.com (doesn't
that name tell you anything?)
Alexander I. Ovod
|Simon (Alias Brian Kramer) [email@example.com] sends out spam offering to 'cut your electricity bill by up to 40'. (Obviously does not know how to get a % sign). He also sends mail as Dawn offering to make you $1,200 per week. If you actually read his e-mail you'll find it's really an advert for webmasters to purchase a spam list. I suspect it's the one used to send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org so using it will get you on this page too! If you follow the links in his spam you'll end up at http://www.emarketingblitz.com/ who also seem to own awebworld.net. This firm claims to be a leading web design firm in Chicago but personally I have my doubts about any firm encouraging spam. (and their web site sucks too). I for one, did not 'opt in' for his e-mails - I make a point of not downloading images or clicking links. Now correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't that mean he has broken the US/Can anti spam laws?||
Other info about Kramer here including
information about how virus infected PCs are used to send spam.
|Gottlieb [email@example.com] in Switzerland sends out spam offering cheap software. Herman [also firstname.lastname@example.org] is selling Viagra. All links point at http://gustavuscb.info which was registered by someone claiming to be Jeff Westbury. If you try to enter the site without submitting valid affiliate details you just get an invitation to enter your e-mail address and an unsubscribe button. (I'm certainly not going to confirm my address to a spammer!). His site was registered on the 8th July and I started receiving spam pointing at it on 9th July from 'affiliates'. My word Jeff - that must be the quickest ever affiliate program! Neither Jeff, his 'affiliates' nor anyone else have ever been given permission to send spam to email@example.com (not a corporation Jeff) and have clearly broken the UK anti-spam law which came into force on 11th Dec 2003 and which carries a £5,000 penalty. Still - with an address in Soho, Jeff can probably afford lots of these fines.||
|International Legal medications is one of those irritating sites which advertise Viagra and the like by having spam e-mails sent out. It claims to be a member of the Better Business Bureau but according to the BBB it is NOT a member, has an unsatisfactory report and their address is untraceable. The BBB has a total of 26 complaints made against this company in the last three years. So if you want drugs of any kind - DON'T GO HERE!||
Contact Information: The following details refer to a name registered for this address.
Bracken Shirley (firstname.lastname@example.org) 102 Pinewoods Cres Middle Island New York,11953 US Tel. +001.6316964728
The domain was registered with www.spiritdomains.com
According to McAffee Site advisor it may be linked to Alex Polyakov (Worlds No.1 spammer)
|'Paula James' (email@example.com) sends out spam giving idiots the chance to kill themselves at a reduced price. Yes - you'r right. It's a site offering cheap tobacco. naturally Paula - or Max is dumb enough to send spam to this spam trap page and wants you to add his e-mails to spammer's lists so that he can get more spam him/her self||
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