These doofuses presented the following Legal Intimation to Scientific Spam today.
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
Anything you send to us may be published for the world to see. Cart00ney letters will most definitely get that kind of treatment.
This matter has been passed to the attention of the Bloomasia Incorporated legal department. It is our understanding that you have again added our domain bloomasia.net(“the Domain”) to your spam list despite our previous notification that this is a legitimate business domain. We can confirm that the Domain is used as a transactional business domain and therefore you are interfering with the legitimate business interests of Bloomasia Incorporated.
$ dig +short bloomasia.net.rhsbl.scientificspam.net
$ dig +short bloomasia.co.in.rhsbl.scientificspam.net
Not listed. Never was, either. Getting your facts straight before making an ass out of yourself would be a smart thing to do. Compare with what you would see if the domain name was actually listed:
$ dig +short test.rhsbl.scientificspam.net
BloomAsia Incorporated takes your interference very seriously and if you wish to avoid further action, we request that you provide the following undertakings to us by return email within the next 5 days:-
- That you or your agents or licensees, will immediately cease and desist listing the Domain on your spam list.
- That you will not in future list any domain names associated with Bloomasia Incorporated as spam.
We can’t do what you request in #1 because it’s hard to cease and desist from doing something you aren’t doing in the first place.
We will not do what you request in #2 because we categorically refuse to give you, or anybody else, any guarantees of not listing an IP address or a domain name in the future should it become necessary.
Should you not comply with our demands, then Bloomasia Incorporated will take appropriate legal action including but not limited to making an application for an injunction in the courts to prevent any continued listing of the Domain as spam and also to recover damages for the losses resulting from your unlawful actions.
When you present a case of demanding to remove a listing that does not exist in the first place, any court will laugh you out, of course.
In order to recover damages for any losses, you must first demonstrate factual losses. You can’t just pull them out of your ass.
Such proceedings will include a claim by Bloomasia Incorporated for the costs it has incurred and will incur in respect of enforcing a removal which it is entitled to expect you should have voluntarily complied with. Please take notice that nothing in this letter constitutes a waiver of any rights or claims, or defenses that Bloomasia Incorporated may otherwise have against you or anyone acting in concert with you.
You could fly to great heights on a balloon on the strength of that much hot air.
[signed: Aznar Khan]
The email has additional content that is not a part of the PDF, quoting a listing of the Bluehost/Endurance IPs in 18.104.22.168/24.
BloomAsia Incorporated, while apparently being a customer of Endurance, is not Endurance, has no standing to speak on behalf of Endurance, has even less than zero standing to make legal complaints on behalf of Endurance, and cannot do anything about the spam problems on Endurance.
Meanwhile, Endurance told Scientific Spam earlier this week that Elyns Group scientific spammers were terminated. Following delisting of the resources in 22.214.171.124/24, Endurance reinstated Elyns Group, and Elyns Group proceeded to continue spamming through these servers. Since Scientific Spam takes a very dim view of being lied to, Endurance IPs in 126.96.36.199/24 are now listed forever. Fool us once, shame on you, fool us twice… ain’t gonna happen.