Illegal Spammers & Unprofessional Solicitors
This page is dedicated to posting information about the illegal activities of email spammers or about persons that use unprofessional means to solicit business.
It is possible that some of these are acting with malicious intent - or - should you engage in business with them, they could represent you in an unprofessional manner, harming your business. You should only do business with someone you have contacted directly. There is great risk in working with an unsolicited contact, especially those that contact you illegally or in an unprofessional manner.
Unknown Email Spammers
Nathan takes leads from one company to the next, sending illegal and unsolicited spam emails attempting to lure a business or provider away from his previous employers; all the while spamming you with a flood of unwanted attachments and offers for anything he can find to offer. Sales and Telemarketing agent Nathan Pyle is an example of how an employer can lose business by hiring poor quality employees illuminating this his past employers had poor business processes with an unprotected leads systems highlighting the strict requirement for employment contracts with an emphasis on training and what constitutes unprofessional conduct. Nathan - please stop your illegal spamming and quit taking leads from previous employers.
Spammer's Name: Nathan Pyle
Various Email Addresses:
Spammer's Phone: varies by employer
Jake represents himself as a "curious" marketing executive and he lets you know by crafting an illegal spam solicitation email message as though his reply is a reply to your message that you were "Just Curious", even though you never contacted Jake. Jake's FAKE message is designed to trick you into contacting him which of course is misleading and unprofessional especially given the message is illegal and unsolicited.
Customer Name: Jake Grey
Customer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer Phone: (888) 488-5478
Elmo Martin a.k.a. Katie Stewart
Elmo represents himself as a "Digital Marketing manager", yet later stated his name was Katie Stewart in his contact message. Using a false identify to obtain information for unknown purposes represents nothing a legitimate business would want. A legitimate business would never use nor condone the use of false aliases to gain/steal information. Providing a non-business email suggests this person is either not legitimately associated with a company and/or knows their activity is unwanted. The person appears to be unskilled at what they do so represents a risk to any business. Elmo/Katie CANNOT BE TRUSTED given their misrepresentation.
Customer Name: Elmo Martin
Customer Email: ElmoMartin11@hotmail.com
Customer Phone: (877) 228-1545*
Cameron Reed a.k.a. Audrey Lee
Cameron Reed pretends to be following up on a fake Conference Call he never had and later states his name is Audrey Lee. A legitimate business would never use nor condone the use of false business conversations or false aliases to gain/steal information. The person appears to be unskilled at what they do so represents a risk to any business. Cameron Reed a.k.a. Audrey SHOULD NOT BE TRUSTED given his/her misdirection attempts.
Customer Name: Cameron Reed
Customer Email: email@example.com
Customer Phone: (310) 294-8527
Joe Clift (Email Spammer)
Another illegally operating Spammer is
Joe Clift, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Selvera (Email Spammer)
Another illegal Spammer is Jonathan Selvera who will send messages to you without solicitation and may even send multiple messages on the same day with the same message.
Seriously Jonathan - are you so desperate for sales that you have to violate the law and spam businesses?!?
Working with someone who is desperate and illegally aggressive could quickly destroy a business and its reputation and take years to overcome the negative effects. Avoid Jonathan for the sake of your business.
Regional Sales Director
Crossroads Technology Group
2251 Double Creek DR - Unit 202
Round Rock, TX 78664
James Cowart (Email Spammer)
Likes to send unsolicited emails illegally to businesses trying to "solicit" web development work with a message that he performed an unsolicited "audit of your website" and that "his team" came to some conclusions and "understands how to utilize them all". Uses a generic email account to hide his identify and business association likely because this activity is illegal.
Email Spammer: James Cowart
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: (877) 228-1545
Lisa Baker (Spammer)
Likes to send unsolicitied contact through a website's contact form, stating she liked your website but has NOT actually previewed your website as she alludes. Lisa Baker states she is a marketing manager but has something mysterious to discuss, perhaps a minor issue you have or an optimization you need, all buzz words used to "trick" a gullable person. Sadly, Lisa Baker's poorly crafted message highlights Lisa Baker is not very talented at the marketing and soliciting business. A legitimate business would not use a non-business email address hosted on a generic quasi-public domain email account which also suggests Lisa Baker's intentions may be for unscrupulous purposes and/or her company may hire poorly trained and low quality staff. Lisa Baker also represents she works for Smarter Tactics Digital Marketing but fails at simple adwords, social and content management, and her unsolicited message skills shows she is not an influencer of marketing - POORLY DONE LISA - GO AWAY!
It is recommended to avoid any unsolicited contact with a person using the name or alias of Lisa Baker as described above. Remember that any information gleaned from your contact, could be used against you by a spammer. Do not respond to any unsolicited spammer.
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: 888-417-4867
Pamela Keath (Spammer)
Likes to send unsolicitied contact through a website's contact form, stating she is trying to "solicit" business for herself. She leaves a bogus telephone number, no business address or relevant contact information, which is usually indication of someone attempting to defraud the recipient. A legitimate business as example would provide real contact information because they intend to do business with you.
It is recommended to avoid any unsolicited contact with a person using the name or alias of Pamela Keath. Remember that any information gleaned from your contact, could be used against you by a spammer. Do not respond to any unsolicited spammer.
Furthermore, Pamela Keath provides a non-business email address from a generic quasi-public domain email account which also suggests her intentions may be for unscrupulous purposes and/or this is likely not the person's real name.
Spammer's Email: Pamelakeath@gmail.com
Daria Popova (Spammer)
Likes to send unsolicitied contact through a website's contact form, stating she is trying to "solicit" your business in her position as a Marketing Manager (in an unprofessional manner) without regard for whom she is contacting and without knowing if her contact is qualified. A legitimate business will typically avoid these ill-conceived blind methods of contact
It is recommended to avoid any unsolicited contact with a person using the name or alias of Daria Popova. Remember that any information gleaned from your contact, could be used against you by a spammer. Do not respond to any unsolicited spammer.
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spammer's Phone: (915) 995-2723
Tracie Collins (Email Spammer)
Likes to send illegal unsolicited emails trying to solicit an appointment and "pretends" to have had a previous conversation, labeling the subject of her email as "Follow up: Phone call" even though she's never called.
Tracie also includes an incomplete address in her email signature, obscuring her real location, possibly to avoid cease and desist letters from attorneys or others demandin she stop her illegal activities immediately. Pretenders represent the highest risk as they are willing to break laws, mislead, lie, cheat, or act unscrupulously.
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: (888) 240-4211
Likes to send unsolicited contact through a website's contact form but uses an unassociated generic email account, which suggests this person is either not legitimately associated with a company and/or knows their activity is unwanted more often than not. This type of contact also suggests the person is likely unskilled at what they do and should be avoided as they could ruin the reputation of the business they claim they want to work with/solicitor for/help. A legitimate business would be experienced, have a professional appearance and have some collateral to legitimize their business. A legitimate business would also NOT use a contact form on a website to attempt contact with business executives, as this is unprofessional; something which Cristina Matthews represents here.
Spammer's Name: Cristina Matthews
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spammer's Phone: 206-309-5272
Shawn M Fischer
Likes to send illegal unsolicited emails attempting to solicit an unknown person as a dealer while "pretending" to have had a previous conversation, labeling the subject of his email as "re: follow up on the...." even though he's never called and never spoken to anyone at the business. Attempting to establish a business relationship through falsehood is simply BAD BUSINESS!
Spammer's Name: Shawn M Fischer, Managing Partner
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: 720 333-1102
Chloe Harvey, Misleading Pretender
Another pretender, falsely misleading one to believe they had a previous conversation, when in fact they did not. Email contained links to other websites, so this could be a hijacker or drive-by hacker.
Spammer's Supposed Name: Chloe Harvey
Spammer's Phone: US 855-493-0300
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Byrd (Email Spammer)
David sends unsolicited emails illegally trying to get business. If you don't remember signing up for David's spam, you probably did not.
David starts by asking you a business question, one he has no idea if it applies to your business or not but goes on to explain his is a simple process
Spammer's Email: David Byrd
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: (872) 814-8016
David Leibovitch (Email Spammer)
David continues to send illegal unsolicited spam messages saying he can get you money (at a fairly high interest rate). David is unaware of who he is contacting and may be using an email address for one company contacting another.
PLEASE DAVID - NO SPAM - IT'S ILLEGAL! David says his offer is just for the recipient but since David illegally sends out unsolicited unwanted spam it is likely he actually sends his offer to more than "exclusively for you". Once David get's your email address, watch out - he's gonna get you.
Add David to your block list now!
Spammer's Email: David Leibovitch
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spammer's Email: email@example.com
Spammer's Phone: (866) 755-8464
Brady Swan (Unsolicited Spammer)
We can all guess what the "bs" stands for in Brady's email address. Brady uses a generic email account and bogus number to try to sucker someone into contacting him with the representation that he's a professional that can help their business, but there is nothing professional about using a bogus phone number and an unassociated public email server.
Your unsolicited solicitations are unwanted and poorly crafted Brady!
Spammer's Name: Brady Swan
Spammer's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spammer's Phone: 0120120120
*Brand Visibility Inc, Targetbiz, and Inside Sales Inc may not be aware they have someone that is using false names to illegitimately obtain information. Any person listed above using a false identity or changing identities within the context of their message is likely an unscrupulous staff member unknown to their employer that should be terminated for their misrepresentation or illegal activities.
Spammers, unprofessional solicitors, unscrupulous telemarketers, and conartist pretenders