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BEWARE: Clicksor’s Name Used without Permission or Knowledge

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by Clicksor_CS, May 19, 2017.

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    It has recently come to our attention that somebody is communicating using our name without our permission and without our knowledge.

    PLEASE NOTE: Clicksor is located in Toronto, Ontario,Canada. Our phone numbers are prefixed by the (416) area code. Our email addresses end in @clicksor.com, @yesup.com or @yesupmail.com. If you have received communications from Clicksor that don’t fit these criteria, please contact us immediately at or by calling 1-416-499-8009.

    Recently, we were contacted by several companies who claimed to have received an email from us. Specifically, they claimed the email was from John Garry, Clicksor.com. However, we never have an employee called John Garry.

    The e-mail in question was sent from sender “John Garry” at the e-mail address . The e-mail read as follows:

    Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:53 PM
    Subject: RE: Partnership


    Yes, our site is Clicksor.com

    We would like to be able to launch a test with you and if the results
    are positive we can talk about any long term proposal.


    We also notice that he has an account in digitalpoint:

    If anyone contacts you from clicksornetwork.com, these messages are NOT official communications from Clicksor and should be disregarded.
    Clicksor_CS, May 19, 2017 IP
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    qwikad.com Illustrious Member Affiliate Manager

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    That account, of course, can be coincidental.

    I constantly get fake emails from some well know email carriers (my package can't be delivered), DMVs (I was caught running through the red light), advertising proposals from ad networks (never received from yours, though), etc.

    It's something nobody really pays attention to anymore and hopefully most people do realize that those types of emails are fake.

    qwikad.com, May 19, 2017 IP