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More spam arrives from Chinese parking company DOPA.com

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Phuck all spammers.

Phuck all spammers.

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 unsolicited email comes from Wendy, apparently a communication-challenged minion at DOPA.com:

“Hi in charge,

This is Wendy from DOPA, a domain parking service provider.

 I am writing to see whether we can work together on traffic monetization of your domains. We’d like to guarantee at least a 15% revenue increase  in Dopa than other platforms. 

 Please find the enclosed proposal with details.

Should you have any enquiries,feel free to contact me.”

Since we are “in charge” and receiving spam from DOPA.com non-stop, we advise everyone to block these unscrupulous spammers ASAP.


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3 Responses to “More spam arrives from Chinese parking company DOPA.com”
  1. They’re also hitting up the registrars, I’ve had her as well as Amy Wu there trying. They try through linkedin and skype constantly.

  2. SL says:

    After dealing with domain spam for so long I finally broke down and used a dedicated gmail account for all my whois contacts. Google does an excellent job in detecting and auto-binning all the domain spam crap. Mark the Dopa emails as spam and the spam signal goes up across all gmail accounts. Won’t take long for future emails from them to automatically get thrown in the spam folder for everyone.

  3. Kate says:

    Remember folks, the difference between a spammer and a scammer: one single letter.

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