Password company spams

I can’t believe this but it’s true. A colleague of mine received the spam e-mail below the other day from a company that wants us to store all of our passwords, drivers license details, travelers cheque references and other valuable information in their virtual safe.

How can any company that purports to safely and securely look after all our sensitive information have the slightest tiny weeniest bit of credibility, if they are forced to send spam in order to try and drum up some business. Would you trust any of your passwords with them? I sure as hell wouldn’t.

Maybe this is a just new physhing scam!

The company that hosts the spammers web site has been contacted about closing the site down, but so far they appear to have taken no action.

This is the spam e-mail that was received. Unbelievable isn’t it!

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One Reply to “Password company spams”

  1. This is not a false site – simply a bad marketing decision; Please see the email that we sent to our hosting company. We are a registered company in England.

    If anyone has any concerns please contact me directly at


    Dear Paul,

    An email company approached us to ask if we would like them to email potential users details of our site. We agreed (much to my regret now) and have received several complaints from users.

    I must assure you that the emails have been sent by a third party and not us or the brinkster servers and that in the future we will certainly not be entering into a campaign like this again. Our site has been live for over 1 year now and we have received numerous positive press comments. I am sad to say that this is the first time we have had something happen to us that has not been positive.

    Please do ask any one to get in contact with me directly and I will respond to them personally.

    Kind regards,


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