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Could someone explain why I keep getting this "ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding"?

Ever since I bought a printer off eBay(I never signed up for this), they keep spamming me, I even unsubscribed from the link at the bottom of the email after a few months, but eventually, you get back on the list.

I thought eventually they would look into this the ISP, (ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding) But obviously 1-year latter they don't. In the past, had this happen before from a different spammer and seem to get resolved after a while. I have had over 50 emails and it's not resolved, it's insane. I usually get the email source and paste it to submit, but I have also recently submitted a few times the email as an attachment to hoping that might work but it still continues.

Always same msg and the isp is TPG

ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding http://www.mediaform.com.au/ - no date available
http://www.mediaform.com.au/ has been appealed previously.

How can it be appealed is this like spoofing where it originates from? Below from email header saying authenticated

X-TPG-Junk-Status: Message not scanned because user authenticated using SMTP AUTH

Hopefully, everyone has access to the tracking url below

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6621883911z533e64361a4a0bb8d07f531d8c4ff173z

Been a member since 2009 and spamcop has been amazing good for the odd spammer here and there, I only wish for one thing no more spam from this spammer.

Headers

X-Apparently-To: x; Mon, 09 Mar 2020 13:39:50 +0000
Return-Path: <emarketing@mediaform.com.au>
Authentication-Results: mta4073.mail.ne1.yahoo.com; 
 dkim=neutral (no sig) header.i=@mediaform.com.au;
 spf=softfail smtp.mailfrom=@mediaform.com.au;
 dmarc=fail(p=none sp=NULL dis=none) header.from=mediaform.com.au;
Received-SPF: softfail (transitioning domain of mediaform.com.au does not designate 203.12.160.182 as permitted sender)
X-YMailISG: vDOuFSMWLDtMakGMK9srt.8GPx27FaFDjp_dEE6Qn6M6I65r
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 H66DtxjjtfwCZQ--
X-Originating-IP: [203.12.160.182]
Received: from 10.223.248.165  (EHLO mail14.tpgi.com.au) (203.12.160.182)
  by mta4073.mail.ne1.yahoo.com with SMTP; Mon, 09 Mar 2020 13:39:49 +0000
X-TPG-Junk-Checked: Yes
X-TPG-Junk-Status: Message not scanned because user authenticated using SMTP AUTH
X-TPG-Antivirus: Passed
X-TPG-Abuse: host=220-245-149-246.static.tpgi.com.au; ip=220.245.149.246; date=Tue, 10 Mar 2020 00:39:47 +1100; auth=CG+J9p5OiJrCmnbb/8UURsXiypkC+pvEsmU8kY5WBLQ=
Received: from MEDIAFORMLENPCmediaformcomau (220-245-149-246.static.tpgi.com.au [220.245.149.246])
	(authenticated bits=0)
	by mail14.tpgi.com.au (envelope-from emarketing@mediaform.com.au) (8.14.3/8.14.3) with ESMTP id 029Ddj6Q026238
	for <x>; Tue, 10 Mar 2020 00:39:47 +1100
MIME-Version: 1.0
From: "MediaForm Australia - www.mediaform.com.au" <emarketing@mediaform.com.au>
Reply-To: emarketing@mediaform.com.au
To: x
Subject: NEW HP ProDisplay & Docking Monitors | MF 30th Birthday Sale Coming Soon!
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
	boundary="----=_NextPart_001_2655_246A421F.71151C21"
X-Mailer: Smart_Send_4_3_4
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2020 00:39:45 +1100
Message-ID: <5496_______________0706@MEDIAFORMLEN-PC>
Content-Length: 38331

 

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1 hour ago, Oceaniana said:

Ever since I bought a printer off eBay(I never signed up for this), they keep spamming me, I even unsubscribed from the link at the bottom of the email after a few months, but eventually, you get back on the list.

I thought eventually they would look into this the ISP, (ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding) But obviously 1-year latter they don't. In the past, had this happen before from a different spammer and seem to get resolved after a while. I have had over 50 emails and it's not resolved, it's insane. I usually get the email source and paste it to submit, but I have also recently submitted a few times the email as an attachment to hoping that might work but it still continues.

Several issues here. 1) eBay's policies 2) Your options on eBay 3) SpamCop's policies 4) Who can control what

1) eBay

  • (I'm guessing) that due to the large number of promotional emails eBay and subsidiaries send in an effort to increase volume so they can scrape 1-2% off each sale, they send "lots" of "unwanted" emails which people report as spam.  Based on the response you received, eBay has ask SpamCop not to send spam reports. Not wanting to clutter the bandwidth, SpamCop doesn't: Why would they if the reports go straight to the bit bucket?  I too get occasionally still get email from eBay after an unfruitful eBay effort ~5 years ago.  Other email seem to be directly related to Google searches.
  • Having been a customer, you gave eBay your email when you opened an account and (again guessing) just clicked on the accept 'term of use' like most of us do.
  • It may seem like splitting hairs, but there is a difference between "unwanted email" and spam.

2) Your options

  • Have you logged into your eBay account and changed you contact options?  Deleted your account?
  • eBay may or may not respond to "Unsubscribe" or changes in member options. It would appear not.
  • Most email apps have filters that can redirect selected email to the trash

3) SpamCop

  • As noted above if an ISP ask SpamCop not to receive spam reports, SpamCop will not send them.
  • Depending on the number of IP addresses reports are spread across, eBay may not appear on the block list.

4) Control

  • Of course SpamCop has no control over eBay policies or actions.
  • Unless your ISP uses the SCBL, listing one or more eBay IPs will not effect emails you receive from eBay.
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I thought eventually they would look into this the ISP,

I assume by "they" you mean SpamCop.  The (eBay's ISP) ask not to receive reports.  Different IPs controlled by the ISP may automatically go on and off the SCBL based on reported spam, etc. (See SCBL Rules) What is there to look into?

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1) None of the emails originate from eBay its where the person got my email address. Plus I have unsubscribed, 1-2 months later your back on the mailing list from 

mediaform.com.au

2) Nothing to do with mail from eBay

3) Unsure from the above answers if this helps me?

4) Nothing to do with eBay

The emails spam sent to me come from mediaform.com.au themselves, not eBay or PayPal. 

 

I went digging to find the first email that had the info mediaform.com.au

So this is how the spammer got my email(from PayPal or eBay as its when the spam started), below is the email from Paypal receipt for buying a printer on eBay

You sent a payment of $267.60 AUD to fozia@mediaform.com.au   (<< This is the first bit of info, the common denominator for mediaform.com.au before spam started)
We've asked the seller to ship.

From this point forward I have not stopped getting mailed weekly from mediaform.com.au since purchase date 8 Aug 2018 20:59:47 AEST 

Again, none of the mail comes from @paypal.com or @ebay.com. But its where I got the spammer from, I think it's worse than a real-life virus

 

Edited by Oceaniana

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6 hours ago, Oceaniana said:

From: "MediaForm Australia - www.mediaform.com.au" <emarketing@mediaform.com.au>

Sorry I did not read your OP carefully. Replace eBay with "mediaform.com.au"  and most of my post still applies.

 

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So basically the spammer cant be stopped? mediaform.com.au sends me emails weekly sometimes 3-4 times a week

I never gave them my email,  I never signed up for emails from mediaform.com.au. And I'm sure they got my email from Paypal, and at no point them being granted permission to email me.

So if I sell items on eBay and then get payment from Paypal, I get there email address from Paypal, I can spam them to death from my domain email address to there yahoo email account for the rest of my life and be untouchable?

They send their email from mediaform.com.au to my yahoo.com.au email account

Plus email sent to 'unsubscribe@mediaform.com.au' back in 2018 on following dates below

Wed 22/08/2018 4:32 PM

Fri 24/08/2018 6:09 PM

Mon 27/08/2018 9:31 AM

Mon 3/09/2018 5:28 PM

Tue 4/09/2018 5:03 PM

None of the above unsubscribe emails ever get you unsubscribed

Since then it's now a link, the link to unsubscribe will unsubscribe you for around a month maybe 2 and then you'll be spammed again from them. Tried 2 times by link and other times it does nothing and gave up since, but keep sending reports by spamcop

Edited by Oceaniana

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5 hours ago, Oceaniana said:

So basically the spammer cant be stopped? mediaform.com.au sends me emails weekly sometimes 3-4 times a week

Unfortunately, that is generally the state of the world. On the other hand, in some/many countries privet companies or groups do not have the power to control or constrain the actions of individuals in other countries.  SpamCop/Cisco is in The United States and mediaform.com.au would appear to be in Australia.

Fortunately for you Australia I believe does have stronger anti-spam laws than other countries.  Have you contacted/reported this to Report{AT}submit.spam.acma.gov.au  Their website is https://www.acma.gov.au/

Have you contacted PayPal? I would read their privacy statement first. I found a link in the lower right of the screen. First look found

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We may share your Personal Data or other information about you with others in a variety of ways as described in this section of the Privacy Statement.

 

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Oh thank you so much, I never realized SpamCop is based and governed by USA. ACMA has spam stuff there I'll look into and hopefully end the spam.

I closed out my PayPal 3 months ago, after having it for almost 10 years.

Sorry for taking up so much of your time 🧡

 

 

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No problem.  Not sure how much US government "governs" SpapCop, but ACMA has a MUCH better rep.  Our (US) 'Can spam act'  I fear is a paper tiger.

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