I occasionally read unsolicited emails, not for their content, but to see if a company that should know better has decided to send me stuff I didn't ask for. The following posts are a collection of those spammers.The only way to get onto this list of spammers is to send me unsolicited emails. So, don't.
These are spammers who use Bit.ly URLs to mask the URL of their malicious websites. They purport to be a link building service, but in... Continue reading "Spammers: classifiedsubmissions.club"
Housing Secrets are a dodgy looking blog for a real estate agent. I encountered them when they spammed the contact form on my website (for... Continue reading "Spammers: Housing Secrets"
Tools to help identify and engage spammers. I’m often asked what tools are best to use to identify spammers, there are plenty of free tools... Continue reading "Spam Investigation Toolkit"