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 […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Domain spam is a disease, and serial spammers are seeking new introduction lines, getting more creative. As there is no certification about domain brokerage, just a loose definition of activities performed by a middle-person, domain spammers are now taking advantage of that. A recent flow of domain spam now uses the term “small time domain […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A domain spammer is taking advantage of a current promo at Alpnames, registering dozens of .TOP domains and using them to send out spam. The unscrupulous cybercriminal is using Cloudflare to hide its current location. Dot .TOP ranked as the #3 most abused TLD by SpamHaus in early December; the current ranking raises it to […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Serial domain spammers from China are flooding the mailboxes of domain investors, harvesting WHOIS information. In China, this is considered a “normal” practice, to aggressively bombard others with crappy products and services. Unsolicited email, aka “spam,” generates billions of emails daily. We’ve uncovered yet another Chinese domain spammer, operating from a cluster of newly registered […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
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 (22.214.171.124) as […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Domain spam that originates in China can be quite annoying, as the “Chips” game spread globally during the past 18 months. Direct inquiries about a particular domain are generally ok, but robo-spamming the entire AAAA-ZZZZ sequence is not cool at all. One such Chinese spammer sends the following email, translated: “Hello your four-letter com 1000 […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
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 […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Two years ago, the Chinese domain registrar IISP.HK (NiceNIC) casually copied two dozen DomainGang articles verbatim. After we complained, they took that content down. Today, they sent out a spam email, promoting $2 dollar .XYZ domains to email addresses directly harvested from the WHOIS information of domains. According to Japan-stationed domain investor, David J. Walker, […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Security experts, Krebs On Security, uncovered a long trail of spam, domains and hijacked Internet addresses; all the evidence leads back to a 37-year-old junk email distributor from San Diego, who was the first such spammer to be criminally prosecuted 13 years ago. Using DomainTools to identify, track and analyze the domain registrations of hundreds […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Will these numnuts at DOPA.com ever learn not to mass-email domain owners with their crap? We’ve covered the spamming practices of this Chinese parking company at least twice before; they don’t seem to understand English, so how does one say “Piss off you nasty spammer!” in Chinese? Titled “15%+Increase Your Parking Revenue in Dopa” the […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Time and again, the relentless spamming from Chinese parking outfit, DOPA.com continues. Snatching email contacts from the WHOIS database, the DOPA spammers mass-email accounts that are meant to only receive system information from the Registrars. Every time we complained about DOPA.com and their spamming tactics, two things happened: They apologized stating it won’t happen again […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
After noticing an automatic response email being sent out for a domain parked at Domain Name Sales, we took a closer look at our account settings. Nope, automatic responses are disabled, so what triggered that email going out? For the record, the email triggered this message: “The inquirer’s email address is invalid or has bounced.” […]Copyright © 2017 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.