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  1. Seem to be from Outernaut's internal network?
  2. abuse[AT]tizeti[DOT]com *spam source* Ghana phishing spam you can try manually report probably bounce but ask to reset password If you have it on Gmails webmail, mark it as phishing Was/seems then posted via webmail abuse[AT]emirates[DOT]net.ae ask to reset password through zombie spam source abuse[AT]emirates[DOT]net.ae & aecert[AT]aecert[DOT]ae ask to reset password ( prolific spam source, device needs malware scanning)
  3. Could be tiny url don't want SpamCop reports? Again zero reason needed for them to shut it down (if in doubt knock it out) https://tiny.cc/terms
  4. Suspect Tinyurl would automate blocking with no drumroll Cloudfare probably bit bin reports give this rhetoric in their auto-ack Cloudflare is not a website hosting provider, and we cannot remove material from the Internet that is hosted by others.
  5. When they do something for free that is what you get. For some reason I so-far/recently have not got spam shortened with tinyurl? spammers use "bitly.com" instead? Maybe tinyurl are detected as probable spam?
  6. Cloudfare is the abuse address listed for tiny URL so SpamCop is sending report to the listed address abuse[AT]tinyurl[DOT]com seems correct but you will have to add it yourself to report.
  7. Try checking Blocklist https://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml
  8. petzl

    Response on reporting spam

    Once you are on a spam list what you are seeing is normal, reporting spam is the only way of attacking back! /dev/null'ed means the abuse address bounces or the abuse desk does not want SpamCop reports
  9. petzl

    Car history checker app

    It was spam Both (the same?) just trying to troll IMO!
  10. petzl

    dot xyz dot com

    I suspect your reports are working (tried a link and came up dead) Appears you are/maybe being spammed by a "hosting site" https://dan.com/ registrar : domainabuse[AT]tucows[DOT]com Microsoft/Azure are now open for spamming with their "free" trials. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/free/
  11. https://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblock&ip= Listings are for 24 hours, I suspect someone has paid for a email address list full of spam-trap addresses. These are poisoned addresses, scrapped from Web pages/internet sources by WebBot's. SpamCop's blocklist is a radar, detecting malevolent emails, then blocking for 24 hours. Who/whatever's doing this needs to first scan their computer for malware and change passwords If a who, they need to lookup double-opt-in, for marketing purposes. Possible this is a shared IP If you put a email address on the web do it this way "nobody[AT]nobody[DOT]net" please edit your post and remove the email address in it! listed in bl.spamcop.net ( If there are no reports of ongoing objectionable email from this system it will be delisted automatically in approximately 20 hours. Causes of listing System has sent mail to SpamCop spam traps in the past week (spam traps are secret, no reports or evidence are provided by SpamCop) SpamCop users have reported system as a source of spam less than 10 times in the past week Listing History In the past 90.4 days, it has been listed 30 times for a total of 36.7 days Other hosts in this "neighborhood" with spam reports
  12. petzl

    Google refuses reports now?

    "Educated" idiots being smug want one to jump through their hoops now! They have a webpage https://support.google.com/code/contact/cloud_platform_report But you can try reporting directly from your own email address Or consider having your email forwarded to your Gmail account (Leave the email forwarded on your server, do not delete) Then mark spam on their/your Webmail page as phishing - seems effective
  13. SpamCop is a "Bot" The main problem with spamtraps email addresses is that spammers can find out what they are and use revenge attacks on servers they object to? I get on my throwaway Gmail account I use for marketers a fictitious "unsubscribe" which posts to a 100 spamtrap addresses this activates a blocklist?
  14. You are not the only one using that/those IP's unfortunately some clown has bought a scam mailing list full of "poisoned" or spamtrap email addresses A spamtrap email address are hidden in web pages in which a "spambot" has crawled through gathering email addresses. Some good, some spamtrap ones! Might pay to consider a different email provider? A very popular spam filter is SpamAssassin that uses the SpamCop blocklist to help score/decide what is spam or not Then there big email providers have secret blocklists and spam recognition programs that they don't disclose publicly, Cisco email servers are the best at sorting "spam from ham" and don't bother telling if mail has been deleted (they have no need to, they are that good) I don't see it and just don't care. All non-spam email goes to my inbox 100% accurate.