kabo0m wrote:I got this one in email recently and was surprised that it didn't have the typical redirects that I have seen in previous fake news sites advertising work at home scams.
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all links on page link to changeestoyou.com/more.php
same or similar redirects
spammer wrote:Alright, I'll keep this short and sweet.
1. I sent you this before.
2. You haven't watched it.
3. You should, it's URGENT
Watch this in the next 15 minutes
I need to know if you want the access or I should give it to someone else right away.
Seriously!.. You should be watching this already
This insane video describes step by step how to get TONNS of cash!
It's Free, and it's foolproof.
You can make good money!<br><br>
<a href=3D"httP://worknhomes.com"><b>Please visit our site =
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- Based on the current Whois data, the domain was suspended when the complaint was received by ICANN, or the registrar demonstrated that it took reasonable steps to investigate the Whois inaccuracy claim by suspending, deleting, cancelling or otherwise deactivating the domain name.
I notice a nominal variation: com-5sa.net redirects to com-j1o.net, which is apparently another alias for com-cst.netRed Dwarf wrote:URL in spam: com-5sa.net
>> 302 Redirect
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