Canadian Pharmacy Spam Sites – dns1.agreecrop.com

CNET 60.191.221

base record name ip reverse route as
*.keptdimple.com a 60.191.221.123 (none) ?
*.muchsudden.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
*.sengemep.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
*.yevhiqex.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ada.yevhiqex.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
akupjq.sengemep.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
coolpride.ru a 60.191.221.123 (none)
davintyre.ru a 60.191.221.123 (none)
dns1.agreecrop.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
gekhuboc.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
lijgihab.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
moqjagab.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
muchsudden.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.caringwind.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.corngenius.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.energymuch.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.felttwenty.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.flairtreat.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.keptdimple.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.openyule.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.primechic.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns1.wellmoral.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ns2.thingpath.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
ripbosuc.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
scalecow.com a 60.191.221.123 (none)
sengemep.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
toglehoz.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)
yevhiqex.cn a 60.191.221.123 (none)

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Safe Browsing

Diagnostic page for AS43321 (AS43321)

What happened when Google visited sites hosted on this network?

Of the 65 site(s) we tested on this network over the past 90 days, 1 site(s), including, for example,big7.lv/, served content that resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent.

The last time Google tested a site on this network was on 2009-06-15, and the last time suspicious content was found was on 2009-06-15.

Has this network hosted sites acting as intermediaries for further malware distribution?

Over the past 90 days, we found 6 site(s) on this network, including, for example, illusionfest.ru/,yuppistar.ru/elantrasantrope.ru/, that appeared to function as intermediaries for the infection of 256 other site(s) including, for example, badr-qadisiyah.com/hardnesstesters.co.in/apelisina.iespana.es/.

Has this network hosted sites that have distributed malware?

Yes, this network has hosted sites that have distributed malicious software in the past 90 days. We found 11 site(s), including, for example, illusionfest.ru/yuppistar.ru/ghcbnersing.ru/, that infected 292 other site(s), including, for example, gamedevjob.com/badr-qadisiyah.com/hardnesstesters.co.in/.

Next steps:

ACS Legal aka Fast Cash International

ACS Legal On Behalf Of Fast Cash International christopher Bale from ACS Legal called and read an affidavit filing suit against me for Fast Cash International Alhambra California

ACS Legal On Behalf Of Fast Cash International
Phone: 626-236-9901
Alhambra, California,
U.S.A.

I received a call from an international number 11028551013 and he left a message stating his name was Christopher Bale and it was very important that I call him back and if I refused to call him back or didn’t have my attorney call him back then all he could do was wish me luck in the proceedings. He told me to call back to 626-236-9901. Then not 2 minutes later he called me back at my work. I took the call and I asked him who he was with and who he was calling on behalf of. He couldn’t give me any information and then hung up on me.

I then called the 626 number and got a gentleman named Francisco. He asked me for my phone number and looked up my information in his system. He told me that he was going to read me the affidavit and I couldn’t interrupt him. He told me I took a loan from Fast Cash International and they direct deposited the money into my bank account and when they went to take the funds out the banking information was no longer valid. He told me they were suing me for check fraud and theft.

He listed my full name, last 4 of my social, email address, place of work, bank name, and bank number. The last 6 of my bank account number was correct but the first 6 numbers were incorrect. When I got a chance to speak I told him the bank number was wrong. He said ‘oh well’ and proceeded to argue more with me. I told him that I didn’t know what to tell him because this suit was not valid because my banking information wasn’t even valid. He told me ‘oh well, we’re still going to serve you at your work in 48 hours.’ I told him ‘please do’ and hung up. They made no attempt to contact me prior to today so if there was any issue before this ‘suit’ was filed, I had no idea.

Chelsey
Las Vegas, Nevada
U.S.A.

Work at Home !!! Make $6K/mo !!!

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY TO or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR Is Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Read All About This at Symantec Corp.

Reply to: job-btr4r-1222259918@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]
Date: 2009-06-15, 7:13AM PDT

This is an excellent part-time opportunity for anyone looking for a second job!
There is no fee before or after you start.

Requirements:

US Citizenship!
Some computer familiarity or skills and cash handling and / or collections experience is desirable (e.g. banking, operating a cash register, collections etc.).
Person must be detail-oriented and organize. No criminal convictions, felonies or misdemeanors within 10 years.

We reward our talented professionals with a competitive compensation package!

Feel free to contact us for more information !

  • This is a part-time job.
  • OK for recruiters to contact this job poster.
  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.


DA Warns of North State Rent Scam-Redding, CA

DA Warns of North State Rent Scam

By Jim Schultz (Contact)
Wednesday, June 10, 2009

People looking to rent homes and property over the Internet might want to be on guard.

The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office issued an alert Tuesday that warns potential renters of a scam that can leave them poorer, if not wiser.

District Attorney Jerry Benito said that his office has received numerous complaints about a rental fraud scam through ads placed on the Craigslist site.

Someone has been advertising available rental homes in Shasta County on Craigslist, including an address and a brief description of the property, as well as a monthly rental amount and an e-mail address of the person seeking to rent out the property, he said.

But people who respond to the ad are told that while the rental property is available, the person who wants to rent it out is in Africa, Benito said.

He said the person will ask the potential renter several personal questions and will then provide a name and an overseas telephone number to call.

“The name provided is usually a real person who is not connected with the rental property,” Benito said. He added that the name could be a real estate agent, contractor or any other person found on the Internet.

But, he said, the person sending the e-mail message to the potential renters might also send a rental contract, ask for a security deposit, as well as payment of rent for the first month, and ask that it be sent to an overseas post office box.

Benito said people looking for rental property should use a property management company whose broker is a member of the California Department of Real Estate or an attorney who is a member of the California State Bar.

“If you are looking to rent property from the owner, personally meet the owner,” he said, adding that one should also ask for identification. “Do not provide your personal information over the Internet as it could be used for the purpose of identity theft.”

Reporter Jim Schultz can be reached at 225-8223 or at jschultz@redding.com.

REDDING.COM

Rental Fraud Finds Home Online in Colorado

Rental Fraud Finds Home Online in Colorado

Scammers put ads on Craigslist for properties owned by someone else
By Margaret Jackson Denverpost.com

With the economy forcing an increasing number of people to rent homes, scams are proliferating online, particularly on Craigslist.com.

Real-estate brokers are seeing more of the homes they have listed for sale pop up as rentals on the online classified site. Potential renters are showing up at homes telling the owners they are responding to an ad on Craigslist. And in one instance, a couple moved into a home, unknown to its off-site owner, after responding to a fraudulent ad on Craigslist.

“I’ve had sellers call me and ask why their property is for lease on Craigslist,” said Dee Chirafisi of Kentwood City Properties.

Her colleague Bill Verdon recently discovered a young couple living in his Curtis Park rental property.

Verdon had not listed his property for sale or lease, but it had been vacant for about two weeks when he discovered the locks had been changed and people were living there.

Lauren Fordyce and Adrian Bell told police they had rented the townhouse through a business called Associated Realtor Co. on Craigslist. The lease agreement and all the paperwork were completed over the Internet, and the couple never met anyone face-to-face.

Fordyce told police they paid $1,390 to the company through the PayPal online payment service to cover the first and last month’s rent. The lease was to be month-to-month, and the couple accessed the house using a key in the lockbox, to which they were given a combination.

When police called the 800 number the couple provided for Associated Realtor, they were told the company had a contract with Verdon and it would be faxed over.

The police never received the fax; when they called back, the number had been disconnected, according to a police report.

Bell told The Denver Post the money he and Fordyce paid to Associated Realtor had been returned, but he referred all other questions to Fordyce, who did not return phone calls.

Kate Streiff, a physical-therapy student from New York, used Craigslist to find a short- term rental property so she could spend a summer in Denver working.

“I was looking for a three- month lease, and most apartment complexes don’t offer that,” she said.

“Really, the only choice left was looking at Craigs list for anybody subletting.”

She found a condo in Larimer Place downtown and contacted the man who claimed to be leasing it.

“I talked with him for a couple weeks, and everything seemed fine,” she said.

Both parties signed a lease, and Streiff sent a $500 deposit and an $800 check for the first month’s rent. The scammer cashed them, and Streiff never heard from him again.

A similar scam that surfaced in Denver last year required potential renters to wire money to Africa before having a key mailed to them.

Streiff said she has gotten no help from the law enforcement agencies she has filed reports with, including the Denver Police, the Federal Trade Commission and the Internet Crime Complaint Center, or IC3, which is a partnership between the FBI, the National White Collar Crime Center and the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

“Every jurisdiction says it’s not their problem and (to) go talk to someone else,” Streiff said.

Complaints of online crime hit a record high in 2008, according to IC3. The center received 275,284 complaints, a 33 percent increase over the previous year.

The total dollar loss linked to online fraud was $265 million, about $25 million more than in 2007. The average individual loss amounted to $931.

Authorities believe false ads are used to trick potential renters into releasing personal information that can be used to steal their identities, as well as to collect cash deposits.

Denver Police spokesman Sonny Jackson said people looking online for rental properties should be wary of transactions that are handled only through the mail or a PayPal account.

“It’s extremely hard to catch (scammers) because it’s all done over the Internet,” Jackson said. “It’s basically identity theft and fraud. You’re able to steal someone’s identity off the Internet and do the transaction via mail with no face-to-face meeting. It’s an invisible-man crime.”

Margaret Jackson: 303-954-1473 or mjackson@denverpost.com