Effortia, a British ESP, and an anonymous Finnish spamming service

Growmail.co.uk will probably have reason to take a look at hulabaloo.net / huippudiili.net (two anonymized domains sending materials in Finnish) now that asuntojenmyynti.fi used their services to spam. It would be interesting to see the contents of the FI-LISTA.

Effortia goes Denmark

Snakker du dansk, Ville? Oh, but you don’t need to, ‘cuz your Danish collaborator is a guy from Helsinki.

Supergo Oy: Spamming

A fairly well established business, Supergo Oy (www, biz reg, responsible people) has recently made the regrettable decision to purchase an email list for spamming.
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YourMailingListProvider: Unidentifiable Customer Spams Scraped List :(

A unidentifiable investment solicitation spammer using an anonymous free GMail address (germany.bestinvest@gmail.com) just emailed to a purchased or email appended list. The list includes two role accounts originally scraped from a website and Whois. I registered the domain for those accounts in the 1990s, and am the only registered owner that domain has ever had. Neither spammed email address *ever* sent email to anybody; they only received email. The ESP was YourMailingListProvider.

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Verizon: Spamming an Email Appended List

Verizon, one of the largest telecommunication companies in America, has sent email to several of my spamtraps in the past few weeks. These emails solicit the business of companies that are not associated with those spamtraps, but whose company names might plausibly belong to the email addresses that received the spam. No ESP was involved; Verizon sent this email from their own IPs.

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MMP3 Elektroniikka Oy d/b/a Verkostamulle.fi: From Internet to Me, Spam

MMP3 Elektroniikka Oy (biz reg, responsible people) are continuing to send spam to advertise their wares.
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HansaLeads: yet another new Finnish B2B spammer (NOT RESOLVED!)

HansaLeads Oy is using Rackspace’s Mailgun arm to send out Finnish B2B spam suggesting that recipients purchase B2B spamming services from them. That’s so ’90’s.
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