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Hi fellows SpamFighters,

I'm not an expert, and i'd need your help to know if this is right.

Here is the report: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6700417995zf09e7cf282ca2ab65948719df8fe404az

1) SC is proposing to report to the admin of infos.millesima.com, but it seems to me that this network has nothing to do with the spam.

2) one of the images source in the message is: https://im.salespoints.co/u3055/5fd76d2df0ddb-684x0.jpeg   (fake Amazon reward). 

Shouldn't the admin of this network receive also a report? Or is this website directly related to the spammer?      

They state here "SalesPoints is a marketing service that serves companies of various sizes from around the world. Note: SalesPoints does not provide its customers with any directories, we only provide a newsletter service through which clients can reach their own subscribers."

This is clearly false, as they host this image. Should I report them to their hosting company (they are hiding behind Cloudflare...)?

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5 hours ago, Tau said:

2) one of the images source in the message is: https://im.salespoints.co/u3055/5fd76d2df0ddb-684x0.jpeg   (fake Amazon reward). 

Shouldn't the admin of this network receive also a report? Or is this website directly related to the spammer?

Probably a good idea, but SpamCop doesn't prioritize body links.  Apparently they only catch "a href" links and not "img src" tags.

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You can always look up the IP address and report it to the hosting service

 

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