Dating spam e mail
Dating spam e mail - dating websites for down low men
Today I noticed that in his spam folder there are emails from a bunch of sex, hookup and porn sites using his full name. Is it possible they could have gotten his email another way than him actually using these sites?
They usually try to trick you into going to the site, for example to update your password to avoid your account being suspended.
I get spam messages telling me I've won the lotteries of various countries most often Nigeria. Data miners continually target sites like that for information.
I've never been to Nigeria OP - it's in the nature of spam. Now grow up, split up with the boyfriend you don't trust and please go away[quote]how do they get his e-mail for ads? His address could be gotten from a friend or relative who belongs to one of those groups. Also, many companies sell email addresses (like mailing lists are sold by them for snail mail addresses), so if he's ever bought anything online, chances are his email has been sold to other companies. If that doesn't work, withhold sex until he talks to you.
It shows that it's working the way it's supposed to.
If spam messages reach your main inbox, mark them as spam or drag them into your Junk Folder. If you’re only getting five a day, it’s not worth worrying about.
To prevent yet more spam messages flooding your account, treat the messages you're already receiving with care.
Whether it's a company who insists on spamming you with countless newletters, or an ex that you'd rather not hear from, Gmail now makes it easier to block unwanted emails.OP, why the fuck would he be getting invites if he were a member?Looking at websites does not give them your email address.The embedded link in the email itself goes to a website that looks exactly like the real thing but is actually a fake designed to trick victims into entering personal information. Junk email is one of the facts of the web, frustrating as it can be.According to a 2013 report, 69% of email is nothing but spam.*The burning question: Where does this junk come from and how can you stop it for good? It clearly states that you have to agree to receive any marketing email, unless there is a previously existing relationship between you and the company in question. You've never even heard of most of the companies sending these messages, and you certainly never agreed to have them flood your inbox.