How to remove a Scam website from the Internet

Another scam arrived in my inbox today – again playing on the fear that your email will be blacklisted.

I have contact Tripod to make them aware someone is using their platform to run a scam.

Email is from :

and reply to :

The ” from “email address is probably genuine and is more than likely hacked also.

The reply To Email address looks like an auto generated email address :

Text and screen shots below


Attention: (

We noticed your e-mail account has almost exceed it’s allocated limit. you may not be able to send or receive messages any moment from now, Kindly click the link below to re-verify your email account, if the page does not appear in your browser, you can copy and paste the link into your browser and fill in your account details,

To avoid permanent risk of your mailbox closure please Click Here to Verify.

Be sure to sign in with your valid email and password and telephone number as it is compulsory you undergo this compulsory FICA© identification process before we re-update your information on our database.

Kind Regards,
Webmail Administrator.
Case Number: 6324162/2016


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The Scam Website Screen Shot 2016-06-28 at 17.13.15

The support / Customer Service Email

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Success !! The site has been removed

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