Have you been receiving spam emails from email addresses that end with "@positivelychildfree.com"?
A spammer has recently decided to send out a boatload of spam emails advertising a porn site, with all of the spam emails having From addresses forged as positivelychildfree.com addresses. Rest assured that we're not in the business of sending out unsolicited commercial email! Please don't complain to us as we're not the ones sending out these emails. We're doing our best to try and stem the tide of spam, but the spammer in question appears to be using compromised PCs in various locations to send out his/her unsolicited emails, so it's more challenging than usual.
If you are technically savvy enough to do so, the best thing to do is to examine the message headers of the spam email you have received, determine its origin,
and send an email to abuse@(domain the email originated from).
You can find out more about deciphering email headers at the following site: Reading Email Headers.
You can do lookups on IP addresses in the email headers at the following site: ARIN whois lookup
We'd apologize for the inconvenience but, um.. we're not the ones sending out the spam. It's a pain in the neck, though, we know. It's no picnic to get hundreds of bounce messages from when the spam fails to get delivered, either! :)