Xenosoft in New Haven CT?

Dave Woyciesjes woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Thu Feb 25 12:47:18 CST 2016

On 2/25/2016 12:12 PM, Fred Cisin wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Feb 2016, Dave Woyciesjes wrote:
>> A friend asked me if I had heard of a company called Xenosoft.... Now
>> why does that sound familiar, in regards to this bunch here?
>> Her daughter was contacted by a headhunter about a clerk position in
>> New Haven CT....
> A lot of people have infringed upon my trademark.
> People tend to name companies without even checking domain names nor
> trademark registration!
> Then they try to "work around".  25 years ago, after I politely
> contacted one infringer, he changed to "Xeno's Software Gameworks".
> In those days, prior to major web existence, "Comdex List Of Exhibitors"
> was a pretty authoritative demonstration of prior use.
> For about 15 years, I've been dealing with "Xenosoft Technology", which
> is an employment agency out of Texas and India.  When they couldn't get
> "xenosoft.com", they registered "xenosoft.us", and "xtglobal.com", but
> often "accidentally" slip up and give out "xenosoft.com" as their
> address, such as at tradeshows. raj at xenosoft.com, padeep at xenosoft.com,
> milu at xenosoft.com, etc.
> 95% of the enormous volume of spam that I receive is for them. For
> years, I assumed honest stupid mistake and I forwarded misaddressed mail
> to them, and notified senders (mostly "current hotlist of candidates"),
> until those headhunters started adding ME to their mailing lists, and it
> became clear that xenosoft.us was still giving out wrong address, and
> not making a good faith effort to get it right.  Kinda a very mild DDOS
> attack.
> (don't like somebody?  put their address on mailing lists, that sell to
> other mailing lists, . . . )
> I started to learn .procmailrc, . . .

	Ok, thanks... That rings bells now...

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