We really don’t understand why
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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.
Do not send spam complaints to SparkPost (Message Systems).
We’ve reported TargetMol to Benchmark Email several times on Twitter and in email ever since we first listed them two weeks ago. We haven’t received a response.
$ check targetmol.com
targetmol.com A 127.0.1.2 TXT "[TARGETMOL] Do you know TargetMol? -Yes, you are spammers, we know you now. [email protected] 20160420"
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.
Somebody else beat us to blogging about it, with far more effect than our puny little efforts.
This spammer has multiple IPs in 22.214.171.124/24. In addition, they rent services under a variety of names from Salesforce Marketing Cloud (ExactTarget), and have their own dedicated block from an Irish provider.
Needed a separate headline, but all is documented in the earlier European Colorectal Congress 2015 post. The AGB, specifically Section 8, 3.3.a, 3.4 and 3.6, are not worth the toilet roll they have been printed on.
Update Oct 28 2015: RapidMail.de have proved their spam support mightily by assigning new IPs and the use of a new domain name (rmh4.net) to ECC 2015. All listed now.
inetnum: 126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52
descr: rapidmail GmbH
Kenes Group (kenes-group.com, Kenes International Organizers of Congresses S.A., Rue Francois-Versonnex 7, 1207 Geneva, Switzerland, tel: +41 22 908 0488, fax: +41 22 906 9140) wants to invite spamtraps to scientific meetings they organize. Vertical Response already threw them out, now they’ve been contaminating Marketo space for over two months already. Marketo has been informed on May 1, to no effect as far as can be seen. The address list used by Kenes Group has all the hallmarks of being derived from the PubMed.
We’ve been watching Aviva Systems Biology (avivasb.com, avivasysbio.com) spam for longer than the SciSpam DNSBL has even existed. Up until recently, they were doing so exclusively from their own network, but their recent choice to hire what we think ought to be a whitehat ESP to do this for them prompted us to blog about it.
Last week, a Robert S. Siegel (profile on Uni website) sent out Scientific Spam through the ESP Constant Contact, asking recipients to Join [Him] at GW’s Hematology & Medical Oncology Best Practices.