Phuckstick domain spammer of the day :

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 and the email address per the WHOIS. This disposable domain was registered in May, using the email address but that account most likely was reported and closed down by Google.

Let’s take a look at other domains operated by this email address, a service courtesy of

The email is associated with:

Here is a sample of the spam emails that these phuckstick domain spammers send out:


***.COM will be back on the market soon but you can take this domain before other interested parties get a chance. If you are interested you can follow the link below to submit your offer.

Offer link:***

Submitting the offer/bid is completely free. On the auction closure the bidder with highest bid will get opportunity to purchase domain for the exact offer amount and become the owner of domain.

If you have any questions or need more information on this we are here to help, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you,

Domain Brokers Team
Denver, CO, USA

Although WHOIS information claims to be in Denver, Colorado, the IP ranges of live sites such as point to servers hosted in Vilnius, Lithuania. Apparently, that’s to ensure their spam is relayed and not shut down by a US-based host.

If you have received spam from these phucksticks, let us know.

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