Monday, July 3, 2017

How to Reduce SPAM and Where to Forward Spam Emails






What is SPAM?  Spam is a slang term that is used to describe unsolicited email or commercial advertisements that are received via the internet.

Are you sick and tired of all of the SPAM emails and deceptive email that you are receiving in your inbox?  Instead of deleting them, here is a list of places that you can forward them for investigation.

AMAZON fake emails can be sent to  Spoof@amazon.com
EBAY fake mail can be sent to Spoof@ebay.com
PAYPAL fake emails can be sent to Spoof@ebay.com

Many email services provide special filters that allow you to block certain keywords.  I have mine set up to block all cuss words and explicit content.

You can also forward unwanted or deceptive messages to the following:

The Federal Trade Commission spam@uce.gov .  Be sure to include the complete spam email. You can do this by highlighting  the entire email before hitting forward.  

You can also forward them to your email provider and be sure to leave a message at the top complaining that the email address is sending spam.

You can also report them to the sender's email provider, if you are able to identify who it is.

For more information about SPAM, how to reduce it,  and where to report it, please visit:






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