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I would get petitions from him that had hundreds of email addresses in the "To:" and "CC:" section. It had my street address (Without the city, state & zip) and my first and last name with a link to click on. surfchic | October 3, 2016 | reply Best advice? That's Wisconsin (Milwaukee) area code... his comment is here

How can I Block them on my Samsung S7 edge? Legitimate companies won’t send you a text asking for sensitive information. j123 | August 10, 2016 | reply Has anyone ever received a text message verifying your full name and address saying that it is required documentation for internet site? So the above info won't help me. https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/1/622954747287183509/

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Store My Library Free Newsletter Making Technology Work For Everyone Loading Why am I getting spam from myself? to find out what she asked" Kpw1234 | February 2, 2016 | reply I got one today and I clicked on it.... I did not click and reported it to 7726.

Related Questions How does Stripe handle chargebacks? View Profile View Posts 14 Jan, 2015 @ 5:27pm Originally posted by Laptop65:Uh.. Comments and user names are part of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) public records system, and user names also are part of the FTC’s computer user records system. press and hold to get to the options of what to do with the message, and there isn't an option to forward to SPAM thing with T-Mobile.

This one seems to be an innocent mistake, and I actually responded politely to the author (a rare event for email featured on this page) but it was just such a Weird Text Messages From Email Here are my questions: Can you please walk me through the steps to best notify my contacts of my new address? All I know is you shouldn't answer it. Thanks for the warning.

I have never seen this. Don't know what motivates people sometimes, but I suppose most probably mean well enough. A polite request like this sure makes me just get right out there and respond favorably. If you do, don’t click on links in the text message.

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One at 3am. Then what was it?Attack of the...! Weird Email Names Very scary! Getting Strange Emails The text message had my full name address with a link attached www.olghef.com/Kuke I have no clue what this is and it's very scary ctressler | July 1, 2016 | reply

Someone I sent an e-mail to prompted me to download a program called CHOICE-MAIL, by digital portal software. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion I sent a text to 7726 (Spam) don't for get to add the phone number to the forward text or you have to resend it again to who you have your Conversation powered by Livefyre Up Next: Here's why tech has taken over our relationships Top 5 Pro-Wrestling Streaming Services If you can't get enough squared circle action, you should check out Gmail Login

Mistaken identity I admit I did play a pastor in a role-playing murder mystery game once, but I didn't think I was that convincing. Thank you so much. Don’t click on links within them either.  You can file a complaint about the messages with the ftc at ftc.gov/complaint. Monopoly again Sheesh.

He was every bit as bad about forwarding things he found on the internet, joke site, cartoon, "news" flashes, and anything that grabbed his fancy to everybody in his mailing list. the next problem was from a local number saying click the link to video chat. You can ignore them.

It wanted me to go to http:// securevidboxx.

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. I just got one that had suggested something sexual and it said to leave them a message to a bit.ly site that I know is a download link. by bluesky12102 / February 26, 2005 2:45 AM PST In reply to: to answer this post in a simple yet easyto understand manner I agree completely. At least I've never seen it.

If I knew, I couldn't tell you Still more wisdom from WebTV-land. I looked into spam blockers but somehow they always seemed to filter out some of my genuine mail and job applications as well.I use Outlook 2003 at home and tried the I think. My HTML editors list has gotten so popular that I had to add a note explaining that I don't have time to do reviews, haven't used most of the editors, and

I did and it took me to Google?? Also, make sure to check out our [Knowledge Base](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us), which has in-depth articles with solutions for most issues. The other number says a nonworking number when call. Super freaky Kalynn | September 15, 2016 | reply Just received a random text from 936-546-1956 "Do this with me and an imbedded link.

Now, as to why the "[email protected] " where the two email addresses don't match, or the more common "Name ", where the name is obviously unrelated to the email address, I can only speculate. Alternately, you could download your contact list to a spreadsheet. Whatthefork | December 2, 2015 | reply I just received one like that as well!! Typically that means marking spam as spam and moving on with your life.

These two scare me But not exactly for the reason that the author was thinking. KingSHIIFT (NA) submitted in Help & Support Okay, so i stopped playing league around last year in december, and i just got an email from "riotgames" (im unsure if it's a Reply Leo August 16, 2016 at 11:02 am It's spam.