When I see an inbox with half a dozen emails all addressed from the same person with the same message, I smell a rat.
A new round of emails are from the same people who were previously sending spam that I posted about some time ago.
- Pat Taylor – Improve Biz Rankings
- Patrick Weddel – Improve Biz Rankings
Except now they are Audrey Simmons – Online Reputation Management.
Beside the obvious give-away, the continuation of signing the email with Melbourne, VIC 3021 (post code is wrong) is a tell tale sign.
What does confuse me with these emails is the aim of the spammer.
I have tried on a number of occassions to reply to get a response but nothing.
There are no phone numbers or web site addresses, so what is the point of the email?
Here is the latest offering sent on Wednesday 8th July 2015 – 8 in total this morning.
Re: I sent you an email recently
Audrey Simmons <info@emailserver.SERVERTRIX.COM>
This is Audrey again; I sent you an email recently regarding the On-Page problems with your website and never heard back from you.
I was going through your website again today and noticed that these problems are affecting your search rankings; I wanted to follow this up with you, we have helped build over 800 websites and are currently the “Fastest growing Internet Marketing Company in Australia!”
Can I call you this week and discuss some proven strategies that could help you perform better online? It is a $399 value free of charge and a free detailed report! Looking forward to your positive response.
Online Reputation Management
Melbourne, VIC 3021
I cannot be the only person receiving these emails.
There are way too many Audrey Simmonds on LinkedIn to find her
Interestingly, and hopefully this time they mucked up with these emails because for the first time there may be a domain we can target = SERVERTRIX.COM
Its probably an error but we’ll look anyway.
If anyone can help, please contact me.
We realized a long time ago that the person sending these emails is one of the dumbest people on the planet. They waste their time sending useless spam emails that result in nothing for anyone.
Unfortunately, they do cause pain and heartache. Wasted time and frustration for the receiver.
The most obvious answer has always been setting up MESSAGE RULES to deal with the spam.
After laughing our heads off at the fuck knuckle whose real name is Patrick, we’ve created a message rule that dumps the spam where it belongs.. in the Deleted Folder.