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Published on Aug 26, 2014

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Emailer Fined $350K By The FTC For Scam Involving The ACA

Well known in anti-spam circles and occupying the number two spot for worst spammers in the world by the Spamhaus ROKSO, (Register of Known Spam Operations), Kobeni Solutions, or Yair Shalev & Kobeni Inc. were found guilty in a spam lawsuit brought by the FTC. The Federal Trade Commission imposed a fine of $350,000 on Kobeni Solutions in settlement of a spam operation involving the Affordable Care Act, even though they have not admitted or denied guilt.

Yair Shalev's company, based in Hollywood, Florida, apparently sent emails with content that deceived recipients regarding false deadlines supposedly set by the ACA (Affordable Care Act), or better known as Obamacare. The emails were sent during the rollout of the ACA and contained false warnings that recipients who had not yet joined would be in violation of the law if they did not immediately click to enroll in an insurance plan. The emails included links to websites that displayed advertisements from insurance companies. Although the proprietors of these websites paid Kobeni Inc. for traffic received by the email scam, the FTC found that they were not directly involved and were not aware of the fact that it was a scam.

The charges brought against the defendants in January included violation of the FTC Act by deceptively spreading false information about legal deadlines, as well as a violation of the CAN-SPAM Act for not allowing recipients the option to opt-out and failing to display a valid postal address in the emails. Although it is not entirely clear how the amount of $350,000 was reached, the original suit sought restitution, disgorgement of ill-gotten monies, and other equitable relief.

Yair Shalev, described as a 'snowshoe spammer' is known to have been involved in the past with partners such as ROKSO listed spammers Darrin Wohl and his son-in-law, Dan Abramovich.

"Snowshoe" spam methods involve the spread of messages covering a wide range of IP domain names and addresses in order to avoid reputation systems and being block listed. Shalev and his company Kobeni Inc. are associated with more than a hundred domain names and IP addresses currently on the ROKSO Spamhaus block list.


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