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What is this? This is another scam … as the domain doesn’t exist?

OK, I saw this in my email. They’re saying that the site listed in the IP unblock request form is not posting how we’re not doing anything to protect our members of the public.

First of all, the sites along my network are open to the public at large, and do not serve any pbulic people coming in to buy, unless I’m unaware of it.

Due to the nature of the issues, if they didn’t receive notice, its because they probably don’t live here in the area?

I know sites are posting notices, but it is not important for general info like any of my sites are to post notices.

Check this out.

On another note, the domain doesn’t exist!


Below is the result of your feedback form. It was submitted by

() on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 15:00:47

name: Cassie Buzzard
phone: 077 4527 1363
user: Cassie Buzzard
domain: bccsc.net
how_did_you_get_blocked:
Hello,

I have not received an update regarding measures you’re taking to combat COVID-19. I hope to hear that you are following all recently released guidelines and taking every precaution to protect our community?

Please reference the CDC’s emergency page (https://emergency.cdc.gov) and please consider completing a “Coronavirus Precautions and Pandemic Planning” course (http://pandemicplanning.info).

Without strict measures and an educated community, the virus will increase exponentially throughout the (global) population, as it’s already doing!

Stay safe,
Cassie
other_comments:
Hello,

I have not received an update regarding measures you’re taking to combat COVID-19. I hope to hear that you are following all recently released guidelines and taking every precaution to protect our community?

Please reference the CDC’s emergency page (https://emergency.cdc.gov) and please consider completing a “Coronavirus Precautions and Pandemic Planning” course (http://pandemicplanning.info).

Without strict measures and an educated community, the virus will increase exponentially throughout the (global) population, as it’s already doing!

Stay safe,

Cassie

HTTP_USER_AGENT: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/54.0.2840.59 Safari/537.36 115Browser/8.6.2
REMOTE_ADDR: 162.245.222.236


Please do not waste my time sending this to this network as clearly its spam. I know the phone number is fake and so is the domain. If there is a place I should be forwarding this, please let me know. This is why the world is scared because of messages through contact forms like mine.

Take this as your notice. I’m not interested in spewing notices that are not welcome, and if my members of my site are interested, they can contact me through my sites and ask specific questions.


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What is this? This is another scam … as the domain doesn’t exist? was released on March 18, 2020 at 2:00 pm by tech in security news and commentary.
Last modified: March 18, 2020.


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