Adriana Spam Emails

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IP Address:  122.160.52.33 (ABTS-North-Static-scamalert033.52.160.122.airtelbroadband.in)
IP Address Country:  India 
IP Continent:  Asia
IP Address City Location:  Kolkata
IP Address Region:  West Bengal
IP Address Latitude:  22.5697,
IP Address Longtitude:  88.3697
Organization:  Airtel Broadband
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adriana 21 scam email

BABE… i guess your not getting any of my email huh? ive been
tryign to email u so many times but this dam laptop is such a piece of garbage and keeps freezing.. anyways how u been?

In case u dont know who this is its ME Adriana.. we used to chat a bit on facebook and then I think u deleted me :( haha.. anyways guess what… I got 2 things to tell u.. both good news.. 1) im single now.. yup me and my bf broke up about 3 months ago… and 2) guess where im moving? RIGHT EFFING NEAR U.. lol… ur actually the only person im gonna know there.. well 3 cousins too but i cant chill with them lol…….

I remember when we chatted u told me u thought i was cute and u wanted to chill so now we finally can HAHA! im kinda scared to move.. im hoping this email addy is still the one you use and u can chat with me ebfore i get there.. maybe even help me move my shit in…are u still on facebook? i cudnt find ui was soo confused…anyways im gonna need someone to show me the town and
take me out so u better be around bebe…

we only chatted a couple times but i remember thinking to myself i wanted to get ot know u better when i was single..a nd i thoguth u were cute too but cudnt tell u cause i wasnt single lol…ok so more info about me.. well i,m 23.. virgo.. love the outdoors and love to socialize, go out for drinks, restaurants, movies etc.. travel.. i have a lil kitty named BOO and i luv her to death… uhhh oh im a super horny gurl too but every gurl is they just wont admit it. so ilove watching p0rn and all that.. love sex etc blah blah blah…who doesnt..

I really hope we get a chance to chat for a bit either online or on the fone before i get there enxt week.. i hope u remmeber me and still wanna chill and arent married yet lol.. OH YA also.. i need to find a job when i get there..

do u have any hookups or know anybody hiring? id LOVE to work in a bar or osmehting like that…really anythgin cause my current job is fun and all.. and technically i CUD keep doign it but i want a change.. i currently work from home and well thats cool but i need ot be out meeting people.. oh wait. i dont think i ever actually told u what i did? hmm shud i……???? ok WELLLL… and dont get all weirded out on me.. i work on a webcam chat community site and i get paid to chat with people and get naked HHAHA… BOMB right :)? I KNOW.. like i figure iim horny anyways why not get paid to chat with people and play with myself heheh…anyways i hope u dont look down on that and NO THATS NOT WHY IM CONTACTING U RELAX URSELF lol… i actually need help once i move and i remembered u live there so im reaching out….like i said before this computer is a complete piece of CRAP and freezes NON STOP.. ive tried ot send this email to u maybe 3 times already and im hopign this time i can hit SEND before i run into trouble lol..

adriana

ANYWAYS.. heres the deal….every month natalie (my boss) gives each
of us 3 VIP codes to give out to whoever we want.. so with this code u can lgoin to watch me at work for free and dont have to pay like
everyone else… the only way i can give u one of the codes (so we can chat) is if you absolutey DO NOT give it out to anyone else and u ONLY USE IT FOR URSELF… i only get 3 a month and she gets pissed if more than 3 people use them so DONT SHARE IT MISTER… i figured u cud always email me back instead but my email account doesnt even let me login half the time.. so the bets palce ot chat me is my chat room…

if theres anyone else logged in when u sign in ill boot them out.. but remember DONT SHARE THIS PASSWORD PLEASE BABE IM BEGGING U.. I TRUST U… im online most of the day now to try and save money for my move..
also since im in such a huge debt already form my student loan :( I
really thing we need to chat before i get there and make sure u evern
remember me hahha.. anyways ive rambled on and on now and ur probably
soooo annnoyed with me so ill stop now.. im gonna go start work.. i
really hope u come chat me. it wud make my day and releive a lot of my stress about the move… REALLY i mean that….anyways once i see u in insdie ill shoot u myc ell number and u can gimme yours.. if u don’t wanna come chat i understand but its really the only palce to find me now days.. if u email me abck ill probably get it once i get there after my internet is setup so about 2-3 weeks fomr now.. but im hopign to see u in my chat room.. rmemeber its 100% free with this code im gonna give u..

just DONT GIVE IT OUT OR ILL KICK U IN THE BALLS INSTEAD OF LICK U IN THE BALLS WHEN IS EE U hahahahha…k babe im out for now… chat ya soon..

kisses xoxo Adriana

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6 thoughts on “Adriana Spam Emails

  1. Heidi Kobulnicky June 30, 2013 at 7:59 am Reply

    I get the same email in my yahoo mail spam folder! I wish that I could block it but I don’t have a computer.

  2. Susan July 7, 2013 at 8:08 am Reply

    Please stop sending me these emails, I am female and I have a man and I don’t want these anymore. Enough is enough please.

  3. ali July 8, 2013 at 12:51 am Reply

    Hi
    Perhaps you have me confused with someone else. I’ve never been Bvvk Facebook.
    I’m living in Iran. Iran is a country in Asia. I barely speak English. My language is Persian.

    I do not think you can see me. Although I am eager to meet you. I can not come to your country. Whether you come to Iran?
    So for me, if you can not Iran’s

  4. John July 17, 2013 at 11:31 pm Reply

    It is an American company that is sending this spam. Their contact details are
    Contact Sales
    Tel.: 1-(310)-664-5700
    Toll Free: 1-(888)-627-3888
    Fax: 1-(310)-314-5164
    Sales@epoch.com
    Somebody please take their servers down.

    https://epoch.com/en/merchant_support.html

    Address lookup

    canonical name epoch.com.
    aliases
    addresses 65.17.248.4
    Domain Whois record

    Queried whois.internic.net with “dom epoch.com”…

    Domain Name: EPOCH.COM
    Registrar: REGISTER.COM, INC.
    Whois Server: whois.register.com
    Referral URL: http://www.register.com
    Name Server: NS-1248.AWSDNS-28.ORG
    Name Server: NS-1982.AWSDNS-55.CO.UK
    Name Server: NS-272.AWSDNS-34.COM
    Name Server: NS-523.AWSDNS-01.NET
    Name Server: NS0.DNSMADEEASY.COM
    Name Server: NS3.DNSMADEEASY.COM
    Status: clientTransferProhibited
    Updated Date: 13-may-2013
    Creation Date: 03-nov-1997
    Expiration Date: 02-nov-2015

    >>> Last update of whois database: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 13:44:31 UTC <<<
    Queried whois.register.com with "epoch.com"…

    Registrar Name….: Register.com
    Registrar Whois…: whois.register.com
    Registrar Homepage: http://www.register.com

    Domain Name: epoch.com
    Created on…………..: 2006-12-07
    Expires on…………..: 2015-11-02

    Administrative Contact:
    Epoch.com, LLC
    Epoch.com, LLC
    2644 30th Street
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
    US
    Phone: +1.3106645700
    Email: domreg@epoch.com

    Technical Contact:
    Registercom
    Domain Registrar
    575 8th Avenue
    New York, NY 10018
    US
    Phone: +1.9027492701
    Email: domainregistrar@register.com

    DNS Servers:
    ns-523.awsdns-01.net
    ns-1982.awsdns-55.co.uk
    ns-1248.awsdns-28.org
    ns-272.awsdns-34.com
    ns3.dnsmadeeasy.com
    ns0.dnsmadeeasy.com
    Network Whois record

    Queried whois.arin.net with "n ! NET-65-17-248-0-1"…

    NetRange: 65.17.248.0 – 65.17.255.255
    CIDR: 65.17.248.0/21
    OriginAS:
    NetName: DATAPIPE-SJC-5
    NetHandle: NET-65-17-248-0-1
    Parent: NET-65-17-192-0-1
    NetType: Reallocated
    RegDate: 2004-04-27
    Updated: 2004-04-27
    Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-65-17-248-0-1

    OrgName: DataPipe, Inc.
    OrgId: DATAPI-2
    Address: 10 Exchange Place, Suite 1200
    City: Jersey City
    StateProv: NJ
    PostalCode: 07302
    Country: US
    RegDate: 2001-08-21
    Updated: 2013-02-27
    Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/DATAPI-2

    OrgTechHandle: DATAP3-ARIN
    OrgTechName: DataPipe Swipper
    OrgTechPhone: +1-201-792-1918
    OrgTechEmail: arin@datapipe.com
    OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/DATAP3-ARIN

    OrgAbuseHandle: DATAP-ARIN
    OrgAbuseName: DataPipe Abuse
    OrgAbusePhone: +1-201-792-1918
    OrgAbuseEmail: abuse@datapipe.com
    OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/DATAP-ARIN
    DNS records

    DNS query for 4.248.17.65.in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server: NameError

    name class type data time to live
    epoch.com IN A 65.17.248.4 30s (00:00:30)
    epoch.com IN NS ns-1248.awsdns-28.org 172800s (2.00:00:00)
    epoch.com IN NS ns-1982.awsdns-55.co.uk 172800s (2.00:00:00)
    epoch.com IN NS ns-272.awsdns-34.com 172800s (2.00:00:00)
    epoch.com IN NS ns-523.awsdns-01.net 172800s (2.00:00:00)
    epoch.com IN SOA
    server: ns-523.awsdns-01.net
    email: awsdns-hostmaster@amazon.com
    serial: 1
    refresh: 7200
    retry: 900
    expire: 1209600
    minimum ttl: 86400
    900s (00:15:00)
    epoch.com IN MX
    preference: 1
    exchange: aspmx.l.google.com
    3600s (01:00:00)
    epoch.com IN MX
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    epoch.com IN MX
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    3600s (01:00:00)
    epoch.com IN MX
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    3600s (01:00:00)
    epoch.com IN MX
    preference: 5
    exchange: alt2.aspmx.l.google.com
    3600s (01:00:00)
    epoch.com IN TXT v=spf1 include:spf.epoch.com ~all 1800s (00:30:00)
    – end –

  5. SFA Reporter July 18, 2013 at 7:05 am Reply

    Deception or Fraud – VISA and Phony Porn Trial Memberships

    by Gordon Grearson
    The Oregon Herald
    OPINION / REVIEW

    Updated March 11, 2013

    WHAT VISA AND ADULT WEBSITES HAVE IN COMMON: GREED, DECEPTION, FILTH

    I enjoy attractive nude woman as much as the next guy. Even Speaker of The House John Boehner must appreciate their allure, if he doesn’t cry about it. But John, we need your help to fight dirty little crimes turning into bigger problems. Are you listening Mr Speaker?

    The term “filth” is subjective so let me present an overview before saying want really annoys me with VISA, (at the end of this article) to the point of considering VISA and possibly CCBILL.COM, on the same level as greed, sewers, and slime. Forgive me if I’ve ruined your dinner but nothing bothers me more than an institution, such as VISA, pretending to be above board, but on the same level as filthy. Relatives of VISA corporate bosses should understand many of us feel these people are on some indecent slime level. More on this below.

    According to the United States Justice Department, deceptive and fraudulent websites costs American taxpayers more than $1.2 billion annually. Obviously, the department does not have the manpower or resources to go after such sites and must leave most of the responsibility in the hands of VISA and MasterCard, who seem to have utterly failed to protect their customers.

    We contacted VISA and after reading our story, Visa spokesperson Sandra Chu sent us the following:

    “Ensuring payments are convenient, reliable and secure has always been among Visa’s highest priorities. Cardholders who believe they have been inappropriately charged can initiate a dispute through a call to their issuing bank. The merchant’s financial institution must confirm the validity of the charge or it must be reversed. Additionally, Visa’s Zero Liability policy ensures cardholders won’t be held responsible for fraudulent purchases made with their account information.

    “Visa monitors its payment network to identify merchants with excessive levels of cardholder disputes which may indicate the use of deceptive marketing practices. Visa requires the merchant’s financial institution and the merchant to take corrective action to reduce excessive consumer disputes or risk fines or termination of Visa acceptance privileges. Visa estimates that merchants who use deceptive marketing practices have up to 20 times as many more consumer disputes as the average e-commerce merchant.
    We don’t normally expose adult websites for cheating, fraud, or misleading advertising but after receiving several complaints in the last few months and discovering that most originated from the same website owners, I decided the complaints justified some inspection.

    All websites listed below appear to be run overseas in Panama, probably by a US Citizen attempting to get out of reach of American authorities. To lure a customer into their trap, such websites offer a Trial Access for just $1. The idea, at least for the customer, is to get an idea of what to expect, to be sure it’s not a rip-off, that the content is real.
    However, once the customer has forked over their credit card and all information associated with that card to gain access, the customer soon learns they’ve been had. There is either no access or the one video they are allowed to download is nearly impossible to find, just like the trial notice now hidden at the bottom of the websites pay page. It’s not only easy to miss, it appears to be purposely hidden. A click on any link filled with what appears to be mediocre or substandard adult content, other than the hidden link, sends the already paid customer to another page asking for another $29.95 for full access. It’s a deceitful gimmick. The idea is that the frustrated customer will now give in and fork over more of their hard earned money. If not, the website keeps the payment. And those payments ad up over the months and years.

    At the very least, this is deception and false advertising. At the worse, it’s fraud and theft. Perhaps even a conspiracy involving the credit card processors. They must know what’s going on and don’t care of the consequences, or they are negligent and just as culpable.

    The corporate officers (Internet.bs Corp and internetbs.net) running these dishonest websites are responsible as well as the credit card processors and VISA and MASTERCARD, for allowing such phony purchases. They must feel they are outside the law of the United States and can do basically what they want without fear. However, when customers and VISA as well as MasterCard discover this deception and possible fraud, they will have been exposed.

    Credit Card Processors for these adult websites include EPOCH.COM, EPOCHEU.COM, SEGPAY.com, and Royal-CS.com. We can only assume they monitor these websites and know what’s going on and have no problem with the way these websites deceive the public and how they conduct business. Why these businesses would chance a class action lawsuit is unclear. EPOCH.COM has refused to give a refund when sending such request from the email of record, asking instead the customer call them. However, when attempting to reach customer service by phone, the customer gets a real runaround, placed on hold, and even disconnected.

    Owners listed email address in the WHOIS database: fw2v0n74f803b7c54d21@t02cduv4f7f99a255f64.privatewhois.net

    The owners also seem to be selling pharmacy products. You get the drift.
    The adult websites include at least the following domains:

    18FirstSex.com
    AboutGirlsLove.com
    Anal-Angels.com
    ATMovs.com
    Beauty-Angels.com
    Boys-Love18.com
    Creampie-Angels.com
    FirstBGG.com
    Fuc*Studies.com
    Gag-N-Gape.com
    HomeTeenVids.com
    HomeToyTeens.com
    iTeenVideo.com
    Latin-Shemales.net
    LollyHardcore.com
    NubileGirlsHD.com
    Old-N-Young.com
    PrivateTeenVideo.com
    SoloTeenGirls.net
    Squirtingvirgin.com
    TeenMegaWorld.net
    Teens3Some.com
    TeenSexMania.com
    teensexmovs.com
    TeenSexMovs.com
    TeenStarsOnly.com
    TheyDidntKnow.com
    TrickyMasseur.com
    WatchMeFuc*ed.com
    WMBGirls.com
    * The letter k was substituted with an asterisk.

    According to the United States Justice Department, deceptive and fraudulent websites costs American tax payers more than $1.2 billion annually. Obviously, the department does not have the manpower or resources to go after such sites and must leave most of the responsibility in the hands of VISA and Mastercard, who seem to have utterly failed to protect their customers.

    We contacted VISA and after reading our story, Visa spokesperson Sandra Chu send us the following:

    “Ensuring payments are convenient, reliable and secure has always been among Visa’s highest priorities. Cardholders who believe they have been inappropriately charged can initiate a dispute through a call to their issuing bank. The merchant’s financial institution must confirm the validity of the charge or it must be reversed. Additionally, Visa’s Zero Liability policy ensures cardholders won’t be held responsible for fraudulent purchases made with their account information.

    “Visa monitors its payment network to identify merchants with excessive levels of cardholder disputes which may indicate the use of deceptive marketing practices. Visa requires the merchant’s financial institution and the merchant to take corrective action to reduce excessive consumer disputes or risk fines or termination of Visa acceptance privileges. Visa estimates that merchants who use deceptive marketing practices have up to 20 times as many more consumer disputes as the average e-commerce merchant.

    “Most e-commerce merchants care about their customers and conduct business fairly, but even a few bad actors can cause consumer distrust. We want to let consumers know more about the protections they have against these types of practices and how to pursue a reversal of charges if they’ve been charged improperly. That’s why Visa partnered with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the Better Business Bureau to educate consumers about deceptive marketing practices, how to identify them, and how to protect themselves. More information is available at http://www.visa.com/negativeoption and http://www.VisaSecuritySense.com.”

    VISA AND PORN ON SAME LEVEL

    The problem with VISA is that they also seem to be involved in deception. VISA charges a mom and pop website $500 annually, for, ah, that is, for nothing. Along with associates such as CCBILL.COM, credit card processors first skim up to 20 percent of the gross income from high risk websites, not just porn sites but others. That’s their standard high risk fee, even though in many cases there may be no high risk involved, just the label by VISA. It’s really no more than a gimmick to generates more income for VISA. But, okay, that’s expected by the website only, to fork that much over to someone for simply processing your customer orders. But the additional $500 to $750 annual fee VISA collects may be as unexpected as it is unfair. VISA has refused to clearly state the reason for the annual fee. As far as I can tell, the annual fee is nothing more than theft.

    It’s called the Annual VISA Sponsored Merchant IPSP fee. VISA seems to charge this fee just because they can get away with it. VISA already receives their share of the 18 to 20% the small business forks over to CCBILL. But they want more. There is absolutely no good reason to charge an additional fee other than greed, taking it from those who need it the most. Some high risk sites run only run by struggling people from their home office, often generating less than $1000 annually. This means VISA and credit card processors such as CCBILL.COM, can in such cases, make much more than the mom and pop website.

    VISA already ran thousands of websites out of business because VISA refused to allow celebrity images on any of these websites, now dictating content in a Big Brother takeover. It’s Groundhog Day and it’s 1984. Again.

    It’s a filthy scheme VISA engineered for those who cannot afford it and if the buck stops at the top then its people such as Joseph W. Saunders, CEO of Visa Inc who should be held responsible for nasty, selfish, indecent behavior.

    He’s the CEO. Joseph W. Saunders behavior is responsible for pocketing money from innocent small businesses. It’s offensive and his children and relatives should understand that it’s people such as Saunders who are responsible for the negative press generated by their actions. The idea that these sort of people are acceptable has diminished since 2008. We’re getting wise to their ways, to their dollars and sense debauchery.
    Not all businessmen “or women” are on this hypothetical list and only a small percentage would make such a list. VISA knows what they’re doing. And CCBILL refuses to release contacts or names where they send their collections for VISA. CCBILL.COM refused to give their own clients such a list or department or organization, to whom they pay their annual ransom. Could it be that CCBILL.COM is secretly pocketing the revenue and pretending to give it to VISA?

    There is no credible evidence I can find to the contrary and VISA and CCBILL have so far refused to talk about it.

    One of our reporters contacted CCBILL.COM for more information and, after months of refusal to explain as to exactly where funds they collect are sent to VISA, he received this reply from CCBILL’s Legal Department. Note that the legal person is also the manager at CCbill LLC:

    Annual VISA Sponsored Merchant IPSP Renewal
    High-Risk Telemarketing Merchant Fees
    After considerable effort, I am unable to provide you with a contact at VISA. The reason for this is due to CCBill not maintaining a direct line of communication with VISA, which is reserved for card association members (financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, etc.). The annual fee charged for each CCBill client is invoiced through an automated system, with no direct contact or personal interaction.

    Annual VISA Sponsored Merchant IPSP Renewal
    High-Risk Telemarketing Merchant Fees

    After considerable effort, I am unable to provide you with a contact at VISA. The reason for this is due to CCBill not maintaining a direct line of communication with VISA, which is reserved for card association members (financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, etc.). The annual fee charged for each CCBill client is invoiced through an automated system, with no direct contact or personal interaction

    Marcus A. Bohn
    CWIE Holding Company, Inc.
    Chief Legal Officer
    2353 West University Drive | Tempe, Arizona 85281
    Direct 480.467.2450 | Fax 480.467.2451
    marcusb@cwie.net

    (end of communication)

    CCBill collects the revenue but would have us believe they have no idea to whom it is sent, no record, no doubt, no evidence? Obviously this is either a lie by Marcus A. Bohn, or he’s somewhat short of being categorized as bright. This leads one to wonder if CCBill may be illegally or even pretending to collect money for VISA but keeping perhaps hundreds of thousands of dollars for themselves. If so, where do they spend it? Do they spend it on their employees to improve their business, revenue sharing, golf, porn sites? Does CCBILL report this hidden or unaccounted money to the IRS? Or is VISA and CCBILL and other credit card processors raking in 18% to %25 percent of the gross receipts of their clients without obvious detection or concern?
    We were told, by a CCBILL representative that CCBILL does not care what happens, what’s written. The attitude implies that CCBILL has the resources and ability to insulate themselves from any kind of press or legal scrutiny.

    Look, I understand this all seems a bit far-fetched. But look at the evidence. These sort of people who collect fees for no obvious reason, fees without representation, fees for which there is no accounting or obvious purpose other than to collect more for the rich, are no different from those sitting in jail, criminals who have robbed stores of their hard earned daily receipts, or even a small business offering porn for a few bucks to pay the rent. Seems to me the only difference may be the people who own and run CCBILL and/or VISA were not arrested or charged with a crime.

    Those at the top of VISA or even CCBILL, may eventually get their just reward, if not by their relatives reading this opinion but by their realization that some of us label them as filth and are loathed by a large portion of the public. But of course, those who have such large amounts of revenue, don’t generally care about what the public thinks. After all, they have more than enough capital to influence legislators and the institution of corporate laws, and even the SEC. And perhaps even the Speaker himself. But I doubt it.

    VISA or even CCBill.com may attempt some kind of reprisal. Who knows what lurks in their secretive minds.

    Avoid VISA when possible and certainly avoid the listed websites and credit card processors unless they know where the hell their money is going.

    I welcome responses from CCBILL.COM or VISA in regard to this article, as long as such responses answer my questions.

    http://www.oregonherald.com/n/special-reports/deception-or-fraud.htm.

  6. Anonomys September 9, 2013 at 8:08 am Reply

    It sounds like this E-Mail is coming from Wikipedia.

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