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  1. Hey Morg2, I think the email address, <abuse@limestonenetworks.com> isn't valid so your reports are going nowhere. You can try their online submission form; https://www.limestonenetworks.com/about/contact-us.html It's a pain doing that but it may wake up someone. They are also on social media and perhaps a little negative attention might spur some results, but who knows? You can also do what I did... when on their site you'll get a chat invitation. Just let the rep know how unhappy you are with the spam. I wish you luck.
  2. Well the spam originating from LimeStone has stopped. I'm not sure if it was my conversation with the Customer Service guy at Limestone or perhaps a little help from SpamCop??? None the less it's been almost a week and so far the spam from those guys have halted. Thanks to whoever pulled the strings..
  3. Thanks! Sorry about the report links. I rarely post here so still getting used to the place. I'll try to figure it out. Does this link get you there? --> https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6379881767z92c30dae8da3a1bb6e3a8eea43e780bdz I didn't look at the statistics and honestly didn't know that was there, but that is helpful. There's a dozen or more IP addresses these guys are using. I've tried to setup an inbox rule based on IP address to catch and delete the messages without my intervention since this looks to be an ongoing thing. Fingers crossed but they haven't sent me anything today. Not sure if my conversation with the marketing guy had any effect but the day's not over either.
  4. After 5 weeks of unrelenting spam originating from LimeStoneNetworks I decided to send (email) them a 12 hour summary to wake them up. Two hours later I get a bounce message. So perhaps after sending reports for all these weeks nobody over there is getting the message? Can someone at SpamCop verify the email address? ---------------------------------------- A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed: <abuse@limestonenetworks.com> Reason: delivery retry timeout exceeded ------------------------------------------- So this morning I decided to visit their web site and I found an online submission form. While submitting the reports I get a chat invitation from their marketing folks. I basically said that considering all the spam I've been receiving that has originated from them... "There's no way on earth I want Lime Stone anywhere near me. Please tell that to your tech team". I thought that would blow him off but he offered to get involved so I gave him the reports also. Imagine that... someone actually interested in resolving the issue. Here's a 12 hour summary; 6662053215 ( 216.245.216.171 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662048891 ( 216.245.216.168 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662036740 ( 216.245.216.170 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662032870 ( 216.245.216.166 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662024352 ( 216.245.216.164 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662020805 ( 216.245.216.169 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662014056 ( 216.245.216.167 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com 6662002344 ( 216.245.216.163 ) To: abuse@limestonenetworks.com
  5. Thank you for taking the time to explain how this works. That was very helpful. I will continue on reporting each incident with the "optimism" that it will eventually stop. I'm curious about one other thing, at what point does an ISP get black listed? Is there some sort of official body that determines when enough is enough or how does that work?
  6. I have an ongoing issue with the same cast of characters sending me around half a dozen spam emails a day. I have been diligently reporting each email. This has been going on for several weeks. I was wondering if there's anything else I need to do or do I just keep at it? What should the expectation be for the amount of time that it takes to resolve an issue? Here's the latest activity from the past couple of days. Note that one of the admins address has changed since the first couple of records here; https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290194378z5e40226a65041e56f78c7357b14f4f11z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290339959zd8aa70b2650ac9fc0163025ab2574d34z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290622111zc2ad1b42f406a2286d27c180157d04b0z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290623386z0bd5b5debde5908ed385cd4e7a2eadd1z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290696937z8ed2b7971ac43d0798b7d3844a6da48dz https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290738146zbf4fd020aee84f7b51bdb4339f0228d4z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6290774744z3258f9c3626598a37306fcb40382f7b2z Thanks!
  7. I'm in the same boat as you. I started receiving occasional emails back in late December and it has really picked up in intensity during the month of March. The subject is always something about Package Received, Order Delay, Unpaid Invoice, and the most creative one was something about a traffic camera picking me up in violation. Each email up until today has had an attached zip file. Now they're sending RAR files. I've been reporting these things as fast as they come in but it doesn't seem to help and I share your observation that it seems that the more I report the more I receive. I've also been forwarding this stuff to phishing-report[at]us-cert.gov. I really hope this gets resolved soon. It's frustrating.
  8. To the folks at SpamCop, I wanted to thank you for all you do. I recently subscribed to the reporting service and stayed diligent with reporting each and every piece of unsolicited spam that I received. I'm happy to say that it has been over 8 days since I've received any spam, whereas I had been receiving 3 or 4 messages a day. I just sent you guys a payment to show my gratitude. Keep up the good work!!!