I have been in the past couple days receiving emails that come addressed from "support at buxr dot com" that I know we didn't send. They are spam and should be avoided. The emails look like this:
subject: Please confirm your message
This message was created automatically by mail delivery software (TMDA).
To release your message for delivery, please click on the following link and confirm message
This confirmation verifies that your message is legitimate and not junk-mail. You should only have to confirm your address once.
If you do not respond to this confirmation request within 14 days, your message will not be delivered.
buxr.com Account Services
The link inside this message actually leads to a different website ( domain platestahl.com ) , not buxr, even though it looks like it is a buxr link. The "from" field is forged to buxr.com address, but "return path" and "message id" point to a different domain - rjagroup.com which gives away the spammy nature of this message.
Beware, if you received an email like this, we didn't send it. Somebody is using our name to spam you. If you get it, flag it as spam and do not click on the link inside.