been sending spam e-mails using our domain name as the return address.
These will appear to have come from someone at the following:-
and they are usually addressed from something like 'email@example.com'
These deceptive emails are called "Spoof Emails" because they use the
address of a legitimate domain name to commit identity theft so that
ISPs don't reject the mail as being from a fake address. They are
generally sent out from multiple sources (often hijacked home PCs)
and are difficult to trace as they usually contain no contact information. It is also quite common to put a random combination of letters in front of a legitimate domain name - a sign of Spam.
We have NOT sent
these e-mails (neither have these e-mail gone through our server)
as we only send e-mails to current clients or contacts with their permission.
NEVER send unsolicited e-mails and we NEVER will.