If You think you have “Received Spam From”: is currently a victim of a “joe-job“: some spam company is sending out spam and illegally using in the return address. If you check the headers carefully (or show them to your local mail guru), you’ll see that the spam actually came from someplace else. If a web site is advertised in the body of the message, it isn’t

In fact, if you investigate this spam in more detail, you’ll probably find that the IP address that the spam came from doesn’t belong to the spammer either: it belongs to some average “joe” who’s server got used by the spammer, just like they did to my domain name.

Don’t buy any products from spammers, ever!

Please report the advertiser using the falsified address to the appropriate authorities! Unfortunately they are hard to catch, and are often operating out of China, the Dominacan Republic, or African countries where they are hard to catch.

I don’t spam. I don’t condone spam. You didn’t get spam from me, and never will.

Please don’t email me about this. I’m getting 200-300 “undeliverable” messages a day about this.

Keith Borglum