Here's a real sleazy one for you, shady all the way through.
Another extra income opportunity spammer, placed a pad of about fifty, the pad was backed with a magnet so it would stick to the traffic light pole I would find it on, and I pulled this one from the NE corner of University Avenue (US-189) and Provo's 100 North.
Want Extra Freedom? Create $10K a Month! Proven at-home system, local mentor 1-800-489-8296
WHOIS: (registered using a very sleazy method, private registration, usually is a sign the registrant is slezzy and is otherwise not to be trusted).
Registrant: Domains by Proxy, Inc. DomainsByProxy.com 15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 United States
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com) Domain Name: RICHPARENTSATHOME.COM Created on: 30-Nov-07 Expires on: 30-Nov-08
DNS is at domaincontrol.com, and in trying to report email spam I've found the DNS is listed in the blacklists at http://www.rfc-ignorant.org/
Domains by Proxy is located at about Greenway and Hayden Roads in Scottsdale, approximately a short distance from the Loop 101 freeway, in fact, this is a UPS Store dropbox location, making it even more sleazy-looking. There are legitimate uses for UPS store mailboxes, but not for something with such a significant public trust as this.
#1. "RE: richparentsathome.com pad spam" In response to Reply # 0
DomainsByProxy is a spin-off of Godaddy.com. It is a legitimate service of a legitimate company. Unfortunately, some illegitimate spammers use the service. CE can obtain access to the information in a DomainsByProxy account through legal procedures.
#2. "RE: richparentsathome.com pad spam" In response to Reply # 1
True, GoDaddy's Domains By Proxy is legit, but not only do you see spam for sites registered with privacy through them, but you see alot of email spammers using them too. Much of what I've seen is all the male enhancement crap. But illegal prescription dispensing or counterfeit prescriptions, and the other shady stuff has been seen with this as their privacy as well.
If the spamvertised site ain't in China, it usually uses such a service.