We really don’t understand why
Received: from mta.engage.frontiersin.net (mta.engage.frontiersin.net
is allowed to stay on. Their lists, which are guaranteed to have been harvested from the PubMed, do not meet ExactTarget’s professed anti-spam policy in any way. They’ve been there at least since April 2017.
Interesting read in Bloomberg
http://flakyj.blogspot.com/2017/06/isamed-journal-of-forensic-science.html – and they’re spammers, too, of course. Listed the domains; spamming happens through Web.com relays in 209.17.115, listed since November 2014 for Jacobs Publishers.
Based on recent spam, it is becoming clear that ScienceDomain International Ltd, IK Press and ResearchPromotion.com are in fact one and the same.
This is really just a pointer to a blog article published elsewhere on the topic of an annoying Swiss spammer apparently based in Latin America.
Endurance (webhostbox.net) did the right thing and suspended the domain names and all services for a variety of Annex Publishers domain names and websites so that IP addresses that had sent Annex Publishers spam could be delisted.
Something calling itself “ScienceDomain International Ltd”, apparently of Third Floor, 207 Regent Street, London, W1B 3HH, continues to turn up in spamtraps. They have existed as an UK company twice, but both registrations have been dissolved (Reg. No 07794635 – Dissolved on 14 January 2014; Reg. No 08988029 – Dissolved on 24 November 2015). Nonetheless, they process personal data without having ever registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office, which in itself is a criminal act in the United Kingdom.
A blog entry on Nobleresearch.org (predatory publisher recognized by the Beall’s List for three years already) was prompted by a comment on our “who are these people” page by Aleksandrs V, representative of the Latvian ESP Mailigen.com who are currently providing services to this spammer.
SCIRP is listed anew, on 188.8.131.52, after having hit our traps (again).
AASCIT spammed our traps, and is of course well known to Dr. Beall as one would expect.