It would seem folks, IAC/MindSpark aren't happy with their current methods of attracting new victims, err, users. Now they've decided to go with a scamming approach.
What does this entail you ask? Well, look at the screenshot to your left - there's two adverts there. One asks which is a better presenter, offers a "free" (sic) $500 Visa gift card, and claims to be leading you to myrewardsvault.com (FYI, myrewardsvault.com is also a phishing scam, though seperate to his particular case) - in actuality however, the path (note, other sites are loaded via webfetti.com itself) you're taken through is;
The second advert, is pretty much the same outline as the first, though doesn't seem to claim to be from myrewardsvault.com this time (if it is, it's in the blacked out part), and again, the URL's;
short.strange-company.info resolves to an IP at GoDaddy (126.96.36.199, as does strange-company.info (188.8.131.52. Both are shared servers, worse of course, is we already know how lax GoDaddy are when it comes to dealing with abuse. All of the domains referenced in the headers, are owned by IAC, so feel free to blackhole the lot of them (personally, I've got their IP ranges blackholed, but that's just me).