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Tyler Lewtan

Data broker, Fraudster, Spammer / Male /

Tyler Lewtan is a Data broker and Fraudster and Spammer who is a citizen of , and has been associated with the following entities as either a significant contributor, participant, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:


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I have unsubscribed from their inquiries at least 3 times without success. I have emailed them directly and asked them to stop contacting me. A new representative emails me every day about a potential paid consultation. This company also found my personal email address rather than my work address. And I want a full purge and reassurance they are not selling this to others. I am VERY careful about never giving away my personal email address in business, specifically so I do not get bombarded. They clearly purchased this from someone and I want it gone.
Your company’s emails never include an unsubscribe link as required by law, and my requests to be removed/deleted from your company’s database have never been honored. I continue to get spam from your company’s reps at numerous email addresses.
I was approached by a recruiter on ********, who signed me up for a service using my photo and information from my ******** profile. I have been trying for weeks to stop the SPAM emails and delete my account, but the site will not let you. It says to contact them. I tried to email for a week and called every day without result as the calls consistently go to voicemail. Today I got somebody on the phone, and they said they would “check with the marketing team”. Their business practices are contrary to the CASL – Canadian Anti-SPam Legislation, and as such, they should not be doing business in Canada until they can comply. They are required by law, to provide an easy way to unsubscribe from the mailing list. I informed them that I do not consent to further communication from them, and would like my account deleted. The rep on the phone stated she could not find my account, even when I provided the direct URL for it.

Mass SPAM/SCAM using emails from old data breaches

Today I received a suspicious spam email from a random guy advertising paid research to an inactive private email address.

I have not used this email address for 10+ years, deleted all associated accounts/profile/subscriptions, but it was part of a wide data breach database which is where Zintro scraped my email from.

I will not contact Zintro, however I have put this business on the blacklist of my employer. This company is a classic shameful startup that disrespects privacy.

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One thought on "Tyler Lewtan"

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Tyler pays freelancers in the Philippines to illegally spam the shit out of thousands of Americans with fake “job listings” a known HR scam where these companies try to grow a massive collection of people potentially looking for certain jobs (that don’t exist) until a similar job really does exist and then Tyler can refer to to that tech firm and earn his commission…


    Do not join Zintro or believe any of their spam/fraud… this is one of the worst types of consumer fraud IMO

    P.S. looks like Tyler also writes dozens of “fake” positive (anonymous) reviews of Zintro on Trustpilot since they are one of the only directories that allows anonymous reviews from random VPNs and random IP addresses

    PPS. they literally sell illegal “spam” services directly on their site!

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