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Wednesday 24 July 2013

More deceptive parkconnect.net / Emailmovers Ltd spam

This spam (sent to a scraped email address) is an apparent front operation for Emailmovers Ltd, who are using the parkconnect.net domain to hide who is spamming. I have caught them doing this before:

From:     Adam Perkins [adam.perkins@parkconnect.net]
Date:     24 July 2013 01:26
Subject:     The world’s most energy efficient sustainable hand dryer
Mailing list:     cGFya2Nvbm5lY3QubmV0LzIzNTM3ODI=
Signed by:     parkconnect.net


As part of your vision of a more sustainable organisation, I have something interesting to share with you.

My client produces the world's most efficient hand dryer, achieving a Guinness World Record for its energy efficiency, drying 43 pairs of hands for an operating cost of just 1p, that’s the cost of a single sheet of paper!

The dryer uses 66% less energy than the Dyson range of hand dryers, also lasting 10x longer than conventional dryers, it’s fast becoming the market leader used by multinational organisations such as British Airways, Marriott Hotels & McDonald’s to name a few.

Furthermore, the company's products qualify for ECA scheme and have been added to the Energy Technology Product List. This means that your business can claim 100% first-year capital allowance for your investment, which can provide a helpful cash flow boost, and shorten your payback period.

Purchasing a dryer could not be easier, you can purchase the product outright or rent it for less than your energy saving! Rentals cost as little as £2.51p per week, and cut your energy bills by up to 88%.
Speak to someone now about finding the best price plan for you.

See the top 7 features and benefits of this hand dryer:
1. Uses only 550W and dries in 15 seconds
2. Significant energy and cost savings of up to 88%
3. Comes with an industry leading 7-year warranty
4. Low operating sound from 83dB
5. Easy Install, Retro fitting - no rewiring or re-plastering required
6. Brushless motor - 10 times more life & little or no maintenance
7. Short payback period - up to 12 month max.

Please leave your details in the form here, or alternatively reply directly to this email.

Many thanks
Adam Perkins
Park Connect

Email: adam.perkins@parkconnect.net

Tel: 0843 289 3149

145 Irving Grove, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 2BL

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This is what you see if you visit the site:

The email originates from (Iomart Hosting, UK) and spamvertises parkconnect.net hosted on the same server. The domain is registered with anonymous WHOIS details and has no obvious ownership details.

The address "145 Irving Grove, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 2BL" is a complete fabrication. Irving Grove is a little cul-de-sac in Corby, and as you can see it consists of about 22 houses. There is no number 145. There is also no active company called "Park Connect" operating in the UK according to Companies House (there is a dormant company of the same name in Birkenhead, almost definitely unrelated). Pretty deceptive, huh?

But previously when I have emailed Park Connect, I get a reply from Emailmovers Ltd. Odd that, isn't it? Either "Park Connect" are acting as a lead generator of Emailmovers, or they are simply a front for Emailmovers. Either way, it doesn't reflect very well on Emailmovers, does it?

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