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June 16, 2019 18:43

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First renewal scam & spam email from an .ICU #domain arrives

The phucksticks that send out fake domain renewal notices have moved to the new .ICU domain – perhaps riding on a low cost promotional campaign. Operating from the lowclassic.ICU domain and a subdomain to evade detection, the spamming jizz guzzlers used NameCheap to register their spamming launchpad. These slimeballs are using a subdomain: ms1119.lowclassic.icu – […]

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That’s right! #Motherfuckers .com is a great #domain deal at #Sedo

It’s September, time for another DomainGang Editorial. We’ve seriously had it with some motherfuckers that spam domain owners non stop with their useless crap. Some of these sons of bitches even send fake domain expiration notices. A recent example is the phuckstick behind renewal-domain-seo.com which is registered at Namecheap. Here’s one of several fake expiration […]

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Phuckstick domain spammer of the day : parmacompjet.net

Domain spammers are among the lowest scum in the domain food chain; they spam domain owners, having extracted their WHOIS information. Most often, they hide behind fake WHOIS information, but leave enough poop trails to be identified. Today’s Phuckstick Domain Spammer is operating from the domain parmacompjet.net and the email address denisp2246@gmail.com per the WHOIS. […]

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Domain spammers : Great brand fails keyword auto-detection

Domain spammers are the scum of the earth, and we often cover their annoying adventures, pestering investors. And yet, a domain name such as DomainSpammers.com would be a great resource to find such incidents. For example, to gauge whether potential “buyers” are in fact unscrupulous spammers looking to guess your domain’s price, and then contact […]

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DSIA : Domain spammers are taking a weekend break

Domain spammers filling up the inboxes of investors, harvested straight from the WHOIS, are taking a big break this weekend. DSIA, the Domain Spammers Internet Association, held its annual meeting on Friday, announcing the following: “Our informational cyber-promotions offer massive value to domain investors and we appreciate the constructive feedback. With more than 2 billion […]

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Douchebag domain spammer of the week : internetregistrarorgs.com

A new douchebag spammer has shown its ugly phuckstick head this week. Sending out masses of spam to holders of mostly .ORG domains, the assmunching domain spammer is using internetregistrarorgs.com to facilitate this digital mass ejaculation of unsolicited email. The domain has been registered with eNom and is hosted on the same IP (184.174.84.2) as […]

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Dirty domain spammer: mihuishou.com – 2385638010@qq.com

A dirty domain spammer from China is emailing every permutation of LLLL .com domain’s owners with unsolicited email. We recently unveiled how this phuckstick offers $150 per domain; we thought this is an isolated incident, however, the barrage of spam continues. The douchebag spammer from China should be ostracized by serious Chinese domainers that don’t […]

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Garbage domain inquiries : The “similar domain” spam

Domain spammers are among the lowest scum of domainer earth. They flood the mailboxes of domain investors with unsolicited email, sent from disposable addresses using fake names – sometimes female. These scammers come in a variety of flavors, and we’ll be covering one of these today: The similar domain spam. Disguised as an offer for […]

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Chinese domain spammer: “I do it for the good money”

If you own a random four letter .com domain, chances are that you have been contacted at least a dozen times by domain spammers. Those unscrupulous individuals email every permutation domain’s owner – from AAAA to ZZZZ – placing lowball offers, regardless of letter quality. The proliferation of mass email spam to domain owners has […]

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Why does eNom allow ‘DomainNotices’ spammer on their network?

There is nothing lower than domain spammers; the filthy, low-life scum that scrape WHOIS information to send out fake notices and other spam. These phucksticks often operate from rogue domain registrars in Asia, but a particular one is using eNom. Known for its “Domain Notices” originating domain, this particular mofo utilizes WHOIS Shield protection, a […]

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