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  1. TiredOfYelp

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    This week the spammer is testing out to move the spam off the *YELP*.com domain, and off AWS servers. The new spam campaign comes from a fake @yandex.ru address. The spam comes from 192.236.177.29 (Hostwinds.com) and the redirects are made directly on an IP, 2.56.8.182 hosted with SonicFast.io. SonicFast.io has never replied to my emails before. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6609186119ze4f213952850b7dd24f8b2514aca38e0z
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    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Sendgrid is a false, injected signature. I've successfully got 1 of their phishing domains suspended, I'm still reporting and engaging to whoever offers them any kind of service.
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    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Sure, here are two different version, t-co and bit-ly. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6605383185zeb2ca47ab2de578d8d14c12674dbb689z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6605190845zcc44b7932fbc0c0bc30300db008610a3z
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    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Hello, I'm getting bombarded with their spam too. Are you guys also getting tens of mails per day? I've tried automatically reporting every email I get to AWS, so far I've forwarded them over 300 instances of such mail. They however don't seem to take this issue seriously, and take days to validate each abuse. They always say they have resolved the issue, but it really doesn't seem like they did anything at all. I've also been automatically forwarding the bit.ly links to bitly directly, but I've never got a reply to my mails and they don't seem to have taken any action. I've also tried contacting Namecheap, but they completely ignore "spamvertising" and bounce me back. I've also tried to contact the hosting provided they use (A record of the PW domains) and also A2Hosting (A record of the destination URL to *.vip domains), but to no avail. Have you guys had any better luck?
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