How do I report phishing emails to InMotion Hosting?

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This Phishing site is using your hosting service

https://lk.forsage.io.giveaway-token-member.com/  this phishing site  is using your hosting  becareful, they are trying to steam ethereum wallets 

Report a fraud site hosted on your server
You are being reported to the District and State attorneys, Knujon, SpamCop, and OnGuard Online

A SPAM email is being sent to a legit email account of my domain on inmotionhosting.  The SPAM is spoofing the header as follows:

Return-path: <[email protected]>
Received: from [162.252.172.171] (port=36584 helo=serve3466409.localdomain)
	by ecbiz200.inmotionhosting.com with esmtp (Exim 4.92)
	(envelope-from <[email protected]>)
	id 1jCmZn-000Lgn-Ho
	for [email protected]; Fri, 13 Mar 2020 11:50:27 -0400

The IP address is NOT my/inmotionhosting domain and is from an outside source.  But your system is bouncing the SPAM back to my '[email protected]' account with the following message:

You are being reported to the District and State attorneys, Knujon, SpamCop, and OnGuard Online

I'd like to verify that your system is not automatically reporting my 'xxxxx' account; this could eventually lead to a Denial of Service issue.  The fact is, this SPAM shouldn't have ever been sent back to "[email protected]" without verifying the sending ip [162.252.172.171].     

Report Phishing

Someone you are providing hosting to is involved in a phishing scam. I got some email with an invoice to an adobe cloud document. Then it had some link overlay to view the document. This took me to a page that is an exact replica of Microsoft's login page at Live login. But the web address was not correct. Please check into this. I've attached a screenshot of the page including the URL. 

Cheers,

Jeremiah

A web site hosted by InMotion has been hacked. I would like to notify the owner, since I am a paid subscriber. How can I find out who maintains the website?

This site is a subscriber paid database of songs and charts.  I can't find a way to let the owner know that his/her site has been hacked for over a week.  InMotion has been of no help.  Their hands are tied.

ADA laws

I have been receiving emails warning me about the US Govt ADA laws and that if my website is not compliant I could be fined up to $50,000. Is this genuine? Should I be doing something?

TOS VIOLATION - FRAUDULENT SITE

I need to report a fraudulent site hosted by inmotion hosting. www.letablierbleu.com It is a fake gourmet food supply store that steals credit card information. It collects payment from unsuspecting customers and then does not deliver goods or reply to inquiries. Your hosting platform is enabling consumer fraud!!!


Domain Information
  • Name: LETABLIERBLEU.COM
  • Registry Domain ID: 2120059987_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
  • Domain Status:

    active

  • Nameservers:

    NS.INMOTIONHOSTING.COM

    NS2.INMOTIONHOSTING.COM

Dates

  • Registry Expiration: 2021-05-03 14:35:38 UTC
  • Created: 2017-05-03 14:35:38 UTC
Registrar Information
  • Name: FastDomain Inc.
  • IANA ID: 1154
DNSSEC Information
  • Delegation Signed: Unsigned

    Authoritative Servers


    https://www.trustpilot.com/review/letablierbleu.com

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    John-Paul B
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    Hello Robert,

    Thank you for contacting us about receiving a phishing email. You can forward the email to [email protected] for review. Since it may be flagged as spam, another option is to submit it to support via AMP.

    Thank you,

    John-Paul

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    John-Paul B
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    Hello Robert,

    Thank you for contacting us about receiving a phishing email. You can forward the email to [email protected] for review. Since it may be flagged as spam, another option is to submit it to support via AMP.

    Thank you,

    John-Paul

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    Arnel C

    I have submitted a support ticket on your behalf in regards to your report about the phishing issue.  Here's the confirmation message:  A ticket has been submitted to Technical Support from your account's primary email address:
    [email protected]

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    Arnel C
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    Hello Jeremiah,

    Sorry for the problem with the Phishing link - we appreciate you reporting it. In order to investigate it we would need more information concerning the domain where it is occurring.  If you are the administrator/owner of the account, please contact our live technical support team in order to have this issue addressed immediately.  You can contact them through email/phone/chat. 

    If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.

    Kindest regards,

    Arnel C.