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If you see this screen capture : http://www.graphic-design.com/news/2015/spam_resolve.jpg You will see that http://www.PCSmartHosting.com/ tells Spamcop it will resolve the issue after the 28th . . . but as you can see by my time stamp, it's the 29th. We've seen this tactic used hundreds of times. This particular wave has been going on since September, and they spamvertise about six different sites -- illegal drugs -- and after reporting a bunch, I'll get this notice -- and Spamcop doesn't report. They keep spamming and in a couple of days, Spamcop is once again accepting the reports. Even if the ISP claims they'll stop the spam, Spamcop should continue the reports. This spam cartel uses WhoIS masking, and all the techniques that mark those spammers who intend to continue and ignore Spamcop.