Why Do I Keep Getting Emails from Renewal by Andersen?
- October 26, 2021
- Bradley Taylor
I decided to track down the answer to this very question. If you are finding this article after Googling it, then you probably have been getting spammed by Renewal by Andersen as well. But after some investigating it turns out that Renewal by Andersen isn’t the one actually spamming you.
The emails are being sent from various locations overseas and they all are nefarious in nature. Do not click on any link or image in the email or you may unwittingly download a virus.
Why Renewal by Andersen?
We are not sure why this company has been picked as the sort of go-to mask for these spammers/scammers. They either really have it out for them or they think that this company, for some reason, gives them the best chance of getting the would-be victim to click.
The real Renewal by Andersen is a home renovation company with showrooms all over the United States and some in Canada. They are headquartered in Minnesota and run a legitimate business.
Hi Hugh: We definitely don’t participate in any illegal marketing. But I’d be happy to have your email removed from our list if you could please send me a DM with your email address. Thanks.
— Renewal by Andersen (@RbACorp) November 20, 2017
Its often hard to get to the bottom of who is scamming/spamming especially when it is being done overseas but if I were RBA I would probably invest some money in hiring attorneys to pursue and prosecute the perps. Many people all over the country actually think they are getting spammed by the real RBA but they are not. The amount of business they may actually be losing would probably easily dwarf any private detective or legal fees incurred by searching for the spammers. If pressed hard enough, law enforcement in most countries will prosecute scammers.