Thursday, June 14, 2018

SPG Is Another "Science Publishing Group"

"Science Publishing Group" is a nice name. It is used by SciencePG, which boasts about its 200+ questionable journals, and now (6/13/18) by the more diminutive SPG Journals, with a mere four journals. The domain name spg.ltd was registered by Alibaba Cloud Computing Ltd. d/b/a HiChina, raising a question about the putative Zurich address on the website.

The content of the email displays an abysmal lack of awareness of "this field." Inasmuch as the journal has no editorial board, that is not surprising. I cannot find any article titles -- let alone any articles -- in these journals.
Email
  • From: P Stephane MSE [pstephane@spg-journals.org]
    Date: Wed 6/13/2018 3:19 PM
    Subject: Inquiry about "The good - the bad - the ugly: the NAS report on strengthening forensic science in America."
    Dear Dr. Kaye DH,
    I am editing the next several issues of SPG Open and am hoping I can discuss with you the idea of including an article from you. The paper you published entitled "The good - the bad - the ugly: the NAS report on strengthening forensic science in America." was interesting to me and I think another article related to this work would be valuable to our readership. If you could tell me more about your current work that would be very helpful. I think you will find that SPG Open is quite different from most journals in that we stay in communication with our authors during every step of the publication process and provide detailed feedback for each submission whether or not it is accepted for publication.
    If you have moved on from this field you could certainly prepare an article on a different topic. We don't have any theme issue in the near future so there is no restriciton [sic] on the scope of topics that may be submitted. The deadline for this is flexible and I am happy to answer any questions you may have.
    Please reply when you can and let me know whether or not this is feasible for you in the foreseeable future.
    Sincerely,
    Patrick Stephane M.S.E.
    Editorial Board, SPG Open
    Notice: SPG is committed to preventing fraudulent emails. If you receive an email or visit a website that does not contian our logo as pictured above, it is not affiliated with SPG. We have received reports of the existance of other publishers with similar names. If you suspect you have received a fraudulent email that claims to be from SPG please notify us by replying to this email our contacting us through our website.
    This message and any attachments to it are for use only by the addressee. If you are not the addressee please do not rely on the contents of this message and delete it from your computer immediately. To notify the sender write to Auf der Mauer 8, Zurich 8001, Switzerland. To stop future emails from this sender please reply and let us know. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer. Copyright 2018 SPG. All rights reserved. This email is available both in HTML and plain text formats.

    Followed four days later by "Dear Dr. Kaye DH, Could you please let me know whether or not this if [sic] of interest to you? May I send along more information about the journal?"
  • From: K. Gyamdjyan, MD, Ph.D. [k.gyamdjyan@spg.eu.com]
    Date: Wed 4/25/2018 7:08 AM
    Subject: Your paper "The good - the bad - the ugly: the NAS report on strengthening forensic science in America."
    Dear Dr. Kaye DH,
    I am working on putting together the next few issues of SPG BioMed and wanted to get in contact with you because I think your work may be a good fit for the journal. The article you published titled "The good - the bad - the ugly: the NAS report on strengthening forensic science in America." was quite interesting and I think a new article that updates this research would be valuable. Or if you have moved on from this area you could certainly prepare an article on another topic.
    Are you still working in this field? I tried to find your Pennsylvania State University profile page but was unable to do so. [← It is hard to image how anyone could miss the Penn State page.] Could we discuss the idea of you preparing an article to submit?
    Sincerely,
    K. Gyamdjyan, MD, Ph.D.
    SPG BioMed, spg.ltd, k.gyamdjyan@spg.eu.com, +41 41 5082905

61 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing, i received the same set of emails (initial email and the follow-up) with exactly the same text. Its clearly a SPAM.

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  2. I was contacted by this group recently asking me for all my co-authors' email addresses!

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    1. Me too! And this is where it got suspicious: my co-author's e-mail address is really hard to miss.

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    2. Here the same as well. With a follow up a couple of days later insisting on my co-author's email addresses.

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    3. Same..

      Dr. (my name),

      I still wasn't able to find any contact info for Dr. (Co-author) but maybe you can help me instead. We are planning a theme issue on Nanotechnology and I thought if you are still working in this area you could maybe give me some advice on what topics would be good to include and who might be able to contribute.

      I was looking at the article you wrote with ---- a while ago entitled "(title of my paper)" and thought that a short review article related to this topic might be a good fit for the issue. Or even a research article that introduces any new data that is now available.

      Here is a PDF with an overview of the special issue which includes more detailed information: http://spg.ltd/Special%20Issue%20on%20Nanotechnology.pdf

      Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?

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    4. I received this forwarded email from my advisor
      Dear Dr. xxxxx,

      I am trying to reach Dr. XXXXXX about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

      Could you help me?


      Sincerely,


      P. Stephane, MSE
      SPG Open
      a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
      Switzerland 8001


      p: +41 43 508 29 05

      Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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    5. I've just received a similar message !!

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    6. I did receive one too. Unfortunately, I replied thinking it was a serous mail. Predator publisher's mails usally go directly to my SPAM box, but this one came through. No wonder, they do not ask for contribution, and it looks like a mail from a colleague. Let's be careful.

      Anonymous from Tokyo.

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  3. Me three!
    They contacted one of my coauthors asking about my email!

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  4. Our people at the university library told me that it is not ligit and most likely one of the many predator publishers. So I have now bloked that sender's e-mail.

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  5. Me too. They just asked for one and I asked them why. He acted like he was needing help on a project. I asked him about it and he said it was for a special issue and the mentioned a topic that was not related to our article.

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  6. Yup, me too...wanted emails of a co-author, to "because I think they can help with a project I am working on" ...then in a follow up asked me if I was the lead author on a paper I published.

    From:
    E. Padron, Ph.D.
    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05
    padron.e@spgjournals.org

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    1. Dear Dr Padron
      Hopefully that you are fine, I am Dr Samer Alnawajha. I have received your email regarding the project you have mentioned. You can send me details and contact me by this email. Best regards
      Dr Samer Alnawajha
      snawajha@gmail.com

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    2. Same here

      Dear Dr. ,

      I am trying to reach Dr. Bernardo Ordas about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

      Could you help me?


      Sincerely,

      Image
      P. Stephane, MSE
      SPG Open
      a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
      Switzerland 8001


      p: +41 43 508 29 05

      Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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    3. Yup, same thing for me. I was about to reply, but then googled, ended up here....

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    4. Same here:

      Dear Dr. ...,

      I have been trying to contact Dr. ... because I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information. I see that you authored a paper together a while ago so I thought perhaps you can help me.

      Do you have their contact details?


      Best Regards,


      E. Padron, Ph.D.























      SPG BioMed
      a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
      Switzerland 8001

      p: +41 43 508 29 05

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  7. Exactly the same co-author email request from E Padron...

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  8. I also had exactly the same co-author email request from E Padron...

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  9. The same here...

    Dear Dr. Garcia-Fernandez,

    I wanted to get your opinion on an issue we are planning and Dr. Garcia kindly gave me your contact info.

    We are planning a special theme issue on Infectious Diseases and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote a while ago entitled "Deciphering the transcriptional regulation of cholesterol catabolic pathway in mycobacteria: identification of the inducer of KstR repressor" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an an overview of the special issue, which includes more detailed information: Special Issue on Infectious Diseases

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #cb1
    #2tag

    Best Regards,
    E. Padron, Ph.D.
    SPG BioMed
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001

    p: +41 43 508 29 05

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  10. Dear Dr. (Me),

    I have been trying to contact (My coauthor) because I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information. I see that you authored a paper together a while ago so I thought perhaps you can help me.

    Do you have their contact details?


    Best Regards,

    E. Padron, Ph.D.

    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05



    Got this exact email today. These scammers are getting innovative.

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    1. I have got exactly the same today.
      Thanks for sharing these facts.

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    2. I just received the same email and a follow up one asking who was the lead author on a paper I coauthoco-a. Luckily I googled the journal and found this page.

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    3. Yeah, exactly the same here. I got suspicious because the names of me, my co-author, and the paper title were all weirdly in a different font from the rest of the email, suggesting they were copy-pasted from a different sort.

      "Learning how to spot predatory emails" really ought to be a PhD course these days.

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    4. Same two emails yesterday and today. Clearly a predatory journal. Not even remotely related to my research areas.

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  11. I also nearly fell victim to this. Thank you everyone for posting about it. Now I can ignore safely.

    Dear XXX,

    Thank you for your email. We are planning a special theme issue on Renal Disease and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote with XXX a while ago entitled "YYY" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    I am attaching an overview of the special issue which includes more detailed information.

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #2tag

    Sincerely,

    E. Padron, Ph.D.
    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05

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  12. Thank you everyone for sharing this. I was about to be a victim to this. I wrote my reply and was going to send it, but luckily thought of searching the SPG BioMed and found this useful blog.

    Here is what I received too.

    Dear Dr. (Me),

    I have been trying to contact Dr. (My co-author) because I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information. I see that you authored a paper together a while ago so I thought perhaps you can help me.

    Do you have their contact details?


    Best Regards,

    E. Padron, Ph.D.

    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.
    E. Padron, phd

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    1. I just received this same email. I found it strange because my co-author's current email is available literally everywhere!
      So I decided to google the dodgy-looking SPG BioMed, supposedly in Switzerland which I have never heard of (and I have been residing here for a while now). Glad to have found this!

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  13. Same here, the leading author recieved this e-mail:

    From: "E. Padron, Ph.D."

    about: Dr. YYYYY contact info?


    Dear Dr. XXX,

    I have been trying to contact Dr. YYYY because I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information. I see that you authored a paper together a while ago so I thought perhaps you can help me.

    Do you have their contact details?


    Best Regards,

    E. Padron, Ph.D.

    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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  14. Same email content I also received as below:

    Dear Dr.---,

    I have been trying to contact Dr.--- because I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information. I see that you authored a paper together a while ago so I thought perhaps you can help me.

    Do you have their contact details?


    Best Regards,

    E. Padron, Ph.D.

    SPG BioMed
    Auf der Mauer 8
    Zurich, Switzerland 8001
    +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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  15. Exactly the same kind of e-mails I received.
    Indecent I think..

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  16. snap... same email here today after one of my co-authors supplied my email 'for a project we are working on'... grrrr
    Dear Dr. Thomas,

    I wanted to get your opinion on an issue we are planning and Dr. Fevre kindly gave me your contact info.

    We are planning a special theme issue on Infectious Diseases and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote a while ago entitled "Evidence for the presence of African swine fever virus in an endemic region of Western Kenya in the absence of any reported outbreak" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an an overview of the special issue, which includes more detailed information: Special Issue on Infectious Diseases

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #cb1
    #2tag

    Best Regards,

    logo
    E. Padron, Ph.D.

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  17. Same here - first email (to an email address with my full name in it) was addressed to my former PhD supervisor, but "looking" for me... second email:

    "I am still trying to get ahold of Dr. Lee. If you have their contact details or could forward this email to them it would be much appreciated.

    Also, I was looking at the article you wrote together titled "Progression to tuberculosis disease increases with multiple exposures", but it wasn't clear to me who the lead author is. Would that be you?

    E. Padron, Ph.D.

    And the third:
    Actually perhaps you could help me. We are planning a special theme issue on Infectious Diseases and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote with Dr. Lee a while ago entitled "Progression to tuberculosis disease increases with multiple exposures" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an overview of the issue which includes more detailed information: http://spg.ltd/Special%20Issue%20on%20Infectious%20Diseases.pdf

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article for our special issue?


    Best Regards,
    E. Padron

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  18. I received the very same fishy email from "E. Padron". Thanks for the warning!

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  19. Another data point: I just received exactly the same sequence of emails from E Padron: (1) asking for coauthors details (even though they're easily available) and (2) asking to confirm my authorship of an article (even though it's right there in black and white). The only thing that made me really suspicious was the lack of first name (forcing colleagues to address you as Dr is quite rude imo), so that's what I went hunting for but found this post instead. So thank you!

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  20. The only thing these scammers have missed is that your name and the name of your colleague they are looking for are typed in a different font from the rest of the message. It became clear for me immediately that they just copy and paste the names to a template email and that therefore it is scam.

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  21. I and a co-authors have had these exact emails over the weekend. Whilst E.Padron was asking for my co-authors email address, this co-author was receiving emails from E.Padron asking for another co-author. Text is identical as described above. Just received the email about an upcoming special issue.

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  22. I have received same type of emails. First reffering one co-author that they were unable to contact and then asking for a contribution of mine. Thanks for sharing your information.

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  23. Same crap here too.

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  24. why they send such email? what is their purpose?!

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  25. Thanks to all sharing this. In my case their spam reads

    Dear Dr. C XXX,
    I am trying to reach Dr. M YYY about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

    Could you help me?


    Sincerely,


    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open

    Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001
    p: +41 43 508 29 05

    By the way, this adress is for sale, cf.
    https://www.clevvermail.com/locations-chinese/zurich.html?L=8&cHash=4a05c71043ea18991d0ce2314fcdaa83
    Your Name
    Your Company name
    Auf der Mauer 8
    8001 Zurich
    Switzerland

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  26. Got these same emails on back to back days. Seemed suspicious- glad I looked it up rather than responding.

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  27. Exactly here, also Lats name Padron and asking for emails of several co-authors in at least 3 different mails. BEWARE!

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  28. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. Any way I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you post again soon.
    Science Journal

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  29. Thanks for writing this informative blog post. I received the following email from P. Stephane (GMail had sent it into the SPAM Folder):

    From: P. Stephane, MSE
    date: 6 August 2018 at 15:41
    subject: Trying to reach Dr. [full name of one of my colleagues]
    Signed by: spg-journals-org.20150623.gappssmtp.com

    Dear Dr. ,

    I am trying to reach Dr. [full name of one of my colleagues] about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

    Could you help me?


    Sincerely,


    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001


    p: +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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  30. ..And now they are trying African authors. See the email below

    Dear Dr. xxx ,

    I am trying to reach Dr. yyy about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

    Could you help me?


    Sincerely,


    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001

    p: +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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  31. Dear Dr. XXXXX,

    I wanted to get your opinion on an issue we are planning and Dr. YYYYY kindly gave me your contact info. I have left them in CC in case they can also be of help with this.

    We are planning a special theme issue on Environmental Science and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote a while ago entitled "Determin____ __ M____ *** ####-####-#### @ $$$ Margins &&& ^^^ %%%% !!!!!" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an an overview of the special issue, which includes more detailed information: Special Issue on Environmental Science

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #2tag

    Sincerely,

    logo
    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001

    p: +41 43 508 29 05

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  32. Thank you for this blog post. As with many others who have reaprespo I too have received a similar request via a co-author.

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  33. Hi,
    I googled the address: auf der Mauer 8, Zurich. In the building there are several companies registered, but not SPG open. If this was a legitimate Journal then there address would match with google maps . So clearly weird that it doesn't. I would therefor not interact at all with them.

    When one digs further, you find the following company at the address:
    https://www.turicumadvisory.ch/en/contact
    A financial advising company.

    and some other people:
    https://tel.local.ch/de/q/Auf-der-Mauer-8-8001-Zurich

    Nothing that hints at the head office of a publishers.

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  34. Me too !!!

    Dear Dr. §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§

    Thank you very much for your help. Actually perhaps you could help me. We are planning a special theme issue on Environmental Science and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote with Dr. §§§§§§§§§ a while ago entitled "§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an an overview of the special issue, which includes more detailed information: Special Issue on Environmental Science

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #2tag

    Sincerely,

    P. Stephane, MSE

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  35. Got this mail a day back:
    ------------------------------------
    Dear Dr. [My name],

    I am trying to reach Dr. [co-authors name] about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

    Could you help me?

    Sincerely,
    [Image]
    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001


    p: +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.

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  36. I got an email from:
    E. Padron, Ph.D.
    SPG BioMed
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001
    He/She/It asked me for the contact information of my very well-known colleague at Harvard University and said "I think they can help with a project I am working on, but was unable to find their current contact information." Well, my colleague is well-known, is obviously male, and does not need to be called "they." Anybody can easily see by a very quick internet search that my colleague is a "he," and anyone can very easily find his contact information, as well. I suspect that SPG is using a computer algorithm to contact corresponding authors to ask for their co-authors' contact information without making any human attempt to find this information.

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  37. We've got the same set of e-mails, too. Thanks, for the post & comments!

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  38. I received also the same email:
    Dear my name,

    I am trying to reach (my coauthor) about their research but am having a hard time finding their contact information. I see that you authored a paper together so I thought maybe you have this information.

    Could you help me?


    Sincerely,


    P. Stephane, MSE
    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001


    p: +41 43 508 29 05

    Legal Disclaimer: The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. To stop future emails from this sender please reply to this email. Do not open any attachments which you do not recognize as they may harm your computer.


    Two days later I received another email:
    Dear my name,

    Thank you very much for your help. Actually perhaps you could help me. We are planning a special theme issue on Environmental Science and I am trying to get a sense of what major advancements have been made in the field during the last couple years that should be included in the issue. If you could offer your opinion on this that would be very helpful.

    I was looking at the article you wrote with (my coauthor) a while ago entitled "Title of our paper" and thought that since it has been a while since it was published maybe now would be a good time to do a followup or review article that introduces any new data that is now available.

    Here is an an overview of the special issue, which includes more detailed information: Special Issue on Environmental Science

    Could you let me know your thoughts on this? What do you think about preparing a short article?
    #2tag

    Sincerely,

    logo
    P. Stephane, MSE























    SPG Open
    a: Auf der Mauer 8 Zurich
    Switzerland 8001

    p: +41 43 508 29 05

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