Don’t do as I do… do as I say: Nebula Oy, graduating from spam support to actually spamming themselves
Ooooo, and it makes me wonder. (LZ)
Nebula Oy (www, biz reg, responsible people, financial details), my favourite spam-support hosting provider here in Finland have taken the next step on their road to oblivion – by advertising their own services via spam. Their own Terms of Service might not amount to much, but this is decidedly a big step downward.
The post starts out fine, then it descends into the abyss of trying to discern what is a good purchased list.
Nothing new under the sun: Koulutuspalvelu Vaikutus (www, biz reg), who share at least one player with a spammer we already know, PowerCompetence, continue to spam to sell their courses, with a travesty of an address file announcement that amounts to wiping their bottom ends with Section 25 of the Personal Data Act.
I’m getting to this a little late, but it’s only because I was notified of the same happening again by somebody else.
ilmainentuote.fi, maapallo.fi and lumilahti.fi, all three registered to a private person (see FICORA web-based WHOIS for the identity of said person – also indicated below in recent spam text) are involved in what pretends to be B2B spam. Only there isn’t a B on the left hand side of the 2. I wonder what it should be called then. Clearly it’s not C2B, because the sender is operating in a way that resembles a business. Maybe they don’t want to tell the taxman. There clearly is a business, because you can’t rent PO Boxes in Finland without a business ID.