[arin-ppml] Spam from ipv4seller.com AKA ipv4salvation.com aka slashnineteen.com

John Curran jcurran at arin.net
Thu Apr 21 08:46:33 EDT 2016

Jay - 

   Thanks for the report.   Please forward me the messages with the full headers
   and we will pursue.    (We’ve had some other reports in the last day which may 
   be related)


John Curran
President and CEO

> On Apr 20, 2016, at 6:47 PM, Jay Hennigan <jay at impulse.net> wrote:
> I am getting numerous unsolicited emails at ARIN contact addresses from the above outfit wanting to buy our IPv4 netblocks. Included in the body of the email is the ARIN "Facilitator" logo as well as the other RIRs.
> Is this in any way sanctioned or authorized by ARIN? If not could we get cease-and-desist please? If so, please reconsider!
> And, to the entities responsible for [] (mail origin IP) and [] (spamvertized website), could we get a LART, please?
> I'm happy to send spam samples with headers off-list on request.
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