This is a little old, but please bear with me. Suomen Perintätoimisto Oy (www, biz reg) is selling debt collection services via spam, and is predictably hitting spamtraps as a result. They’re contaminating the public outbound SMTP servers of their ISP by doing so. They’re also processing outdated and erroneous personal information, which is illegal in and of itself.
Suomen Perintätoimisto Oy is carrying out their own spamming, soiling the reputation of their ISP’s mail servers in doing so. The ISP is DNA Oy, a local telco.
Originally their spams did not contain an address source as required in Section 25 of the Personal Data Act, or an unsubscribe as required in Sections 26-27 of the Act on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications. Now it says it’s their own marketing file, and an opt-out is included. Based on the contents of the address file (i.e. where I’m seeing the spam), I’m suspecting it’s a purchased list from Fonecta in reality, and at any rate, it contains outdated and erroneous information, and addresses that are guaranteed not to have signed up to anything, etc. the usual fare.