SpamCop parses reported email, sending warning information to the internet service provider responsible for hosting the services used by the spammer (web sites and email sending sites). SpamCop also uses the information to generate SpamCop's free blocking list.
Unfortunately, this is an ongoing battle. Spammers adapt quickly and persistently. Report spam and help SpamCop turn the tide. SpamCop makes this otherwise slow and technical task quick and easy.
The SpamCop reporting service is free.
SpamCop will send email on your behalf to the appropriate network administrator. Before using SpamCop, please read the following - you are responsible!
- If I break these rules, SpamCop will immediately and permanently revoke my access to SpamCop.
- I will use SpamCop only on email which is
unsolicited, bulk email.
Learn more about what to report and what not to report to SpamCop.
- SpamCop emails reports on my behalf. Replies to these reports will be forwarded to my email address. I understand that these replies are not spam.
- I take full responsibility and assume all liability for email I send using SpamCop.
Note: Spamcop recommends the following FAQ to help send accurate and credible spam reports:
- What do I need to know to start reporting spam?
- How do I get my email program to reveal the full headers?
- How should I select the recipients for my spam report?
- Learn more about how SpamCop reporting service works
Register for the Free Reporting Service
Please provide a primary email address for SpamCop to send you your initial password and report replies. Your email address will be used to contact you if someone has questions or problems with the spam you are reporting.
Also, please enter some sort of name, alias, or handle that will personalize the reports you send out.
SpamCop tries to protect the recipient email addresses of the messages being reported. Report recipients may reply to reports, but they do so through SpamCop. They will not know the email address used to send the objectionable message unless/until a member reveals it, or unless they figure it out from codes embedded in the message reported. Note that this is one-way blind only. If a member replies to an email, the email address used will be revealed.