Boonsiri wrote:After the next one, my wife was informed by Ana that she was abusing the "report&abuse"-forms(??), and that because of that, Ana had marked my wife's e-mail address as "spammer", and that further reports from her would therefore not be read.
Red Dwarf wrote:Added my tuppence worth, for
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Where's the flash mob?
Boonsiri wrote:I hope that Red has more luck with that one, as I got the impression that Google has decided to ignore Thai scam-links.
This one - 'work-from-home' -was spammed on April 7th, and because it was not suspended despite numerous reports, it was used again in a spam from April 12th (and reported again and again):
Welcome. We allow people to earn extra money through the Internet, simply fill out the form below. You will receive details of all jobs. To earn extra money for the real We are pleased to add more staff. To support the expansion of the company and its customer base. We are open to all interested parties. Careers for students who are looking for extra income or general staff officers and to make special. FullTime & Part Time Jobs Work from home via the Internet. It can earn income from this work is * based on the individual. System and method of work to learn from the experts of the company only. * Reserved for those who are willing and ready to start working with. The company immediately.
Name - the extension *.
Do you want more information and to join with us at any *.
Want to join 100% seriously.
To participate in a moderate 60-80%.
To attend at least 50%.
The problem here is that it is not an obvious phish, requesting a password for an email address. It could be seen to be innocuous. Translation
It sounds like this is a money mule scam. If it is reported as phish and there is no recognizable brand involved, it may not get action. It would have to be reported for some other infraction.
It is hard to prove a job scam is really fraudulent. If you can't provide evidence a host could rely on if the terminated client filed a lawsuit, they're probably not going to want to touch it.
PART TIME, FULL TIME.
We are central to market for leading companies. Online advertising to promote the search for more work with the program automatically. The work is not very easy. Can do after work. 2-3 hour after the class was just using HOTMAIL, YAHOO, FACEBOOK, WEBSITE as they begin work.
- Get / send e-mail message to a member of our guests.
- Posted by news sites.
- To send information to customers or the general membership.
Working at home via the Internet 100%.
- Male / Female age.
- A personal computer, Internet or USB available.
- A 2-3 hour time
- Be yourself.
- I do not have the coaching staff before the start.
The idea of doing a lot of work to do as little or as much as you do not pay two times within a month.
Only for people who are really interested only. And the program. And the self only.
There are currently just over 3,000 online valid phishing sites - http://www.phishtank.com/stats.php
Google seems to be hosting about 370 of them - http://www.phishtank.com/asn_search.php ... rch=Search which is about 12%.
The oldest Google hosted phish goes back to Jun 24th 2008 - http://www.phishtank.com/phish_detail.p ... _id=465461
I've reported about 10 using the online abuse report forms but unfortunately it doesn't look like Google are going to do anything about these phishing sites.
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