Another one bites the dust.
By sommerfeld on Oct 12, 2004
I love it when Spamcop gets results: Thank you for your report concerning this recent Unsolicited Commercial Email incident. We contacted our customer on 6 October 2004 following receipt of a large volume of complaints. On 7 October 2004 we were provided with a written assurance that no further Unsolicited Commercial Email abuse would take place using our network, and that no Unsolicited Commercial Email would be transmitted regardless of its point of origination advertising or promoting the visiongain.com domain whilst that domain or any associated services (web, mail etc) are hosted on the easynet network. Unfortunately, this assurance has not been adhered to and complaints are once again being received. As a result, we have now begun the account termination process, and the IP range of our customer's easynet connectivity solution has been null routed to disconnect it from the Internet and to put an end to the abuse. All trace of the visiongain.com domain (DNS service, mail etc) should be removed from our network within the next 24 hours. Once again proving spam rule #1: "spammers lie".