The paint went on the walls smooth, it covered great and clean up was
I found out more about the Chinex® brushes on the Purdy website at
You can find out where to buy Purdy products there as well.
This spam was injected into the internet from
Reverse DNS: mail.bmpr.com.
Reverse DNS authenticity: [Verified]
ASN Name: NORLIGHT
IP range connectivity: 0
Registrar (per ASN): ARIN
Country (per IP registrar): US [United States]
Country Currency: USD [United States Dollars]
Country IP Range: 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199
Country fraud profile: Normal
City (per outside source): Waukesha, Wisconsin
"bmpr.com" is an advertising agency.
The email address comes back to "MForce - A network of marketing
Purdy is sure not getting their money's worth by hiring such scum to spread
the word on their brushes.
It doesn't get much more obvious that this.
Here's a previous example:
I got a response from M Force. It wasn't good. Details here:
Bravo for your good work!
Please keep up posted if you hear from Purdy.
Contact there ISP and get them that way. It clearly is a misuse of the
I did. It's documented at the link above. I received another email from
them this morning saying they'd "refrain from all activities regarding
Makes me wonder if they're shill spamming for their other clients.
> I did. It's documented at the link above. I received another email from
> them this morning saying they'd "refrain from all activities regarding
in other words, Purdy contracted with them for a one shot deal and now
"They" who? The ISP, Purdy, the ad agency?
Nah. Rackspace would be over-reaching at this point. None of the spam
samples I've seen have originated from rackspace, advertise a rackspace
hosted site, or solicit replies to a rackspace MXed dropbox.