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Spam from China Fruits
Food Business Review Online Covers CHFR
China Fruits Corporation
Current: $0.68 UP 3.8%
Food business Review Online, an online information source to the food
industry, has been keeping its readers up to date on CHFR and its
ability to supply oranges to a desperate market. This kind of coverage
will directly affect sales and distribution. This company continues to
have heavy trading. Act fast and grab CHFR Tuesday!
A few days ago I went to the China Fruits website and found an email form under contacts. I sent them back some of their own trash. But today I can't get to the form, so I wonder if they changed the site to insulate themselves from their own medicine.
Can anyone think of anything to do to punish this evil company?
- Join Date
- Dec 2004
By responding you are indicating that the email they have used is an existing one, so you are only solliciting more emails by doing that.
Also, companies like these probably have little to do with fruits, but are a front for illicit activity. To evade prosecution they have to change address frequently, typically a couple times a year. Their victims are unwitting internet users.
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- Sep 2004
- Aberdeen, Scotland
Heres more info about stock spams - http://www.spamnation.info/stocks/FAQ.html , china-fruits, chfr.ob, does appear in their database but the bottom line seems to be there's not a lot you can do.Elive,kanotix-mini,pclinuxos super gamer,xp, sidux
03-05-2007 #4Originally Posted by technossomy
China Fruits may or may not have actually sent the email, but they are involved. They may profit from it, and even if not, their name is being used. They have an obligation to oppose crime that is done in their name.
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- Dec 2006
I don't trust email headers.
Years ago (when spam was a relatively new thing) someone set up a web site that would automatically generate and send an email to the administrator of a domain from which spam had originated. Anyone could go to the site and paste in a spam message they had received, with headers, and it would send the email requesting that the account of the guilty party be suspended.
What an excellent idea! The problem was and is that spammers figured out how to forge every aspect of the spam they send. So a lot of innocent administrators were being bombarded with incorrect automated email, which really didn't help.