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After fighting two months with Microsoft and actually sending tow (2) snail mail letters to Microsoft Executives on the amount of spam I received from Microsoft open relays, that spam has stopped.   Now, It is Google and AWS.    Both of these in Spamcop report to:

@devnull.spamcop.net

I've been trying to find alternatives to complain to...but not much luck yet.  Any suggestions?

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6761486198z36f091a5133a9e8949c918344fc5ce89z

Dennis

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6 hours ago, denby said:

After fighting two months with Microsoft and actually sending tow (2) snail mail letters to Microsoft Executives on the amount of spam I received from Microsoft open relays, that spam has stopped.   Now, It is Google and AWS.    Both of these in Spamcop report to:

@devnull.spamcop.net

I've been trying to find alternatives to complain to...but not much luck yet.  Any suggestions?

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6761486198z36f091a5133a9e8949c918344fc5ce89z

Dennis

The only way to have abuse reports to "abuse at amazonaws" is to forward your (phishing) spam with text of headers and spam, from your own email that received it.
Amazon are particularly ignorant and full of convenient denial include the SpamCop track
Gmail want you to spend a hour fulling out a web form.
Whois of website
Name:        ift.tt "all 3 abuse amazonaws.com"
IP:        54.145.194.74,         34.233.115.153,         34.239.229.126
Amazon Technologies Inc. AMAZON (NET-54-144-0-0-1) 54.144.0.0 - 54.221.255.255
Amazon Data Services NoVa AMAZON-IAD (NET-54-144-0-0-2) 54.144.0.0 - 54.147.255.255

 

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I will say, Amazon AWS and the other EC2 group in the Amazon empire are both responsive and have been helpful to me. I wish they would accept the Spamcop reports but at least they help. Google though… ugh, a different story!

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11 hours ago, Hanco said:

Google though… ugh, a different story!

yeah, I believe google has (takes) a different approach to spam and scams... that's the reason they don't take SC reports, at least to my presumption.

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On 6/26/2022 at 9:57 AM, Hanco said:

I wish they would accept the Spamcop reports but at least they help.

I suspect that newbies see spam in the domain name and have made rules to block it.  (Most spammers don't like to announce themselves as spam so they can hide.)

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