As if the reputation of Tagged for spamming people, wasn't bad enough, the boys involved in fake pharmacies have decided to make it even worse, by mis-using the Tagged name, presumably in an attempt to bypass spam filters (woops!).
You'd have thought they'd have realised, if you want to bypass a spam filter, the last thing you do is impersonate a company known for spamming - they're already likely to be on everyones favourite blacklist/spam filter.
So what of the link? Well, the link in this case, points to;
IP PTR: yapi.yyu.edu.tr
ASN: 8517 126.96.36.199/16 ULAKNET ULAKNET-ASN
Which uses window.location, to redirect you to;
IP PTR: xyw3.x.rootbsd.net
ASN: 13637 13647 188.8.131.52/22 Tranquil Hosting, Inc.
Once you've decided what you want, the checkout then takes you to;
IP PTR: 184.108.40.206-static.reverse.softlayer.com
ASN: 36351 220.127.116.11/16 SOFTLAYER - SoftLayer Technologies Inc.
With the SSL cert provided by RapidSSL as of January 4th;
In case you're wondering, 18.104.22.168 also houses;
Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Tagged et al - they never learn
Tagged.com pays $750,000 over deceptive emails
Tagged spam - with a difference
Dear Tagged .... weren't you already being sued for this?
Tagged.com being sued - and about bloody time too!