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The spammers can and do fake things like that all the time. I get lots of spam which says things like re: It makes people more likely to read the message. My partner gets emails … Ex: Is this spam does this mean he is on local hook up sites? They ALL lie about porn. Its not a fluke! If it was the. In other words if i visit a dating site named dateme. If it was true, what the author is trying to sell you, then you too wife, girlfriend, 8 year old child would too, be receiving the same types of spam.
This means that you cannot use any one to be any kind of reliable indicator of the other. But I am deleting the other five comments that essentially say exactly the same thing, while railing against men in general. All the information needed is on the article you commented on. In other words, there is little you can do but mark as spam, and delete. And that I am a member or have been at some point. It was very demeaning.
But this just started approximately, Last month. A few months ago. I did receive an email from my deceased husband email. That was a trip!! Nothing sexual but I did open the email and also the one recently. But I did not respond. I did go to a relationship advice site. I did give my email and accept the newsletter. I have deleted that. What is going on??? All of that is typical of normal spam.
Why is it only the men getting this? Is this just coincidence or should I continue to wonder if the cat plays when the mouse is away? I know, I did this to see if my husband was poor and innocent! Guess what the many, many sites I surfed that were just shopping, gossip, news, yeah you get some but nothing like you do when you search out sex and all the sin that tags behind it! Go with common sense and your gut, ladies! My 85 year old mother gets tons of porn spam.
I can assure you that she has not visited porn sites, or signed up for any newsletters. You do NOT need to sign up for porn sites to get porn spam.
Do IM addresses from porn sites automatically add to your Contacts or does this mean they have been added manually by entering a chat room? There has been so many porn emails in my spam and I found out my husband has been watching porn video clips for years. He had been deleting it in his history so I never knew it until he forgot one and I saw it come up on his phone when I opened the browser.
I checked his phone history about 3 weeks later and there was a porn site there. Is there any way I can find where he has been on his phone even if he deleted it in the history? I got yesterday, and that is no typo error! If I could get hold of the home address of the president of yahoo I would print it all off and post it to them marked: Why because the shyte was delivered to me by yahoo!
Only way to beat the excuses after excuses re yahoo is: Then they will learn Is there a safe way to sort email out? That would stop it because you need to be a genuine person to hold all of the requirements and then you are traceable.
The IP address is out of date due to Wi-Fi. If people want to stop it then people need to insist on accountability, and that means if you have nothing to hide you will have no problems in setting a true account up that assigns you to it. What you are receiving is normal everyday spam. For some reason, mostly because of their ubiquity, email providers like Yahoo and Hotmail seem to b a greater target for spam than less known providers. My Sister and my Son are getting pornographic material shared onto their Facebook page, supposedly by me.
I would never share porn with my Son, or my Sister. It has become very stressful for me, as a Parent. What can I do? The pages in question all have Adult Humor in the page title. I have complained to Facebook and got rubbish back from them. Where do I go from here? It sounds like your account may have been hacked. Most of the advice in this article also aplies to Facebook accounts. Another possibility could be that someone created an account in your name and is posting as you.
Sounds like perhaps your Facebook account has been hacked. I have been all of a sudden getting all sorts of stupid sounding porn email in my junk folder along with silly sounding sender names. They all look sort of alike, if that means anything. For some reason, I do not think that they even contain real porn.
If someone was mad at or displeased with me, could they make up all of those sender addresses and send them to me, because they simply want to bother me? The phony looking porn emails started showing up in my junk folder daily ever since. I did not receive ANY of these emails while this person was away. Bear in mind, he has a laptop and a phone with access to the internet, however, he was probably too busy to bother me with said emails.
He got back two days ago, and guess what? The emails started again the very next morning after he returned. BTW…this person is a narcissistic sociopath for certain. He was diagnosed when he was young…. Finding the owner of an IP address. If you get spam from hook up sites with messages claiming to be from someone saying hi etc does that mean you have to of Been looking them sites up? I found emails in my husbands account from girl talking about them liking his profile….
Please i need to kno if hes lying. In other words, there is really no way to tell one way or the other. I always think spam like trying to get your billing info not like this. Hi, I have a question, that has been bugging me for very long. My partner regularly receives spam. However, there were mails now from 2 websites, that claim that he has a profile there, and people looked at it hooking up websites.
When I clicked on the link it showed he has a profile there. However, he claims, that he has never signed up on these sides. Can profiles can be created with your email without your actual interference? Or could it also be that, since I clicked on the link that profile was automatically created? I am desperately awaiting your reply Thanks a lot. Yes, people create false profiles all the time.
Recently he received an email for a hook up sight explicitly for sex with no strings attached. That sounds like normal spam. Those are sent to millions of random email addresses at a time. I found some instahookup request thing that leads to a site called easysex. Not her email, it was an automated message sent to her phone.
How do you explain that one? Is there any way that you can prevent adult oriented spam from showing up in your e-mail account? The only thing you can do is mark it as spam in your email program or webmail and eventually it should learn to identify those kinds of email as spam and send them to the spam folder.
Yahoo has pretty good spam filtering. My husband was alereted, by his server that his ebay, paypal and another account had be jeopardized.. He then started getting rank spam emails. He said he had been hacked. When someone hacks you, can they also take your photos and make a profile for you on a website? It was sent out to people in his address book and also our daughter. Most sites, such as Facebook, allow images to be downloaded freely. He claims it was spam.
Unfortunately you are not going to get the answer to this question on the internet. The resolution will have to be between you and your husband. Fir example, my husband had spam with young girls barely dressed and it was just one picture. But then there was on email where there were many pictures of one Girl and it seemed to be time lapsed photos of her undressing. There also appeared to be a Re: Thank you for any clarity you can provide. Please read the article.
It explains just about all you can tell from porn emails. This, related, article may also help: Many spammers put it in to trick the receiver into reading it. I have never been on a born site or cheated but about two months ago I was looking on craigslist for some furniture and I sent a message to several posters who had pieces I was interested in.
I gave out my phone number and email address asking them if they still had the piece and to please contact me…….. I clicked on the links to unsubscribe the site it takes u to asks for your email address so you can b removed from their mailing list only to suddenly see a large increase in Spam in coming weeks. I eventually had to get a new email address as the spam was from all directions. Getting adult-oriented e-mails definitely does NOT indicate that you have been going on porn or adult sites.
I even get contacted by these people on my social networking sites! What astounds me is that these spammers never read my online profiles before contacting me. My suggestion is to never try to contact the spammers. All that does is prove to them they that you are an actual person who reads the email.
Just puts you on more lists. My boyfriend gets lots of spam that we used to fight over because the sender made it seem like he had replied to them previously. You can change these settings at any time. They could do it without asking. They could also make spam look like a fake welcome message. My boyfriend gets those emails and yes I get they are spam.
I really want to know if adult porn sites show up in your normal inbox are these spam or do they only go to junk? That depends on your spam filter. With some, it would go to junk. Repeatedly marking those as spam would help teach the filter to recognize them as spam.
Just mark them as spam and over time the spam filter will learn that they are spam to you. There were a couple of different tests we ran. In instances of a scam, we received replies which were either the same each time or some small variation on a cookie-cutter template.
In some instances we saw the same profiles cropping up under multiple sites under multiple user names. In some instances we sent out hundreds of e-mails and got no response whatsoever. A decent site will allow you to send messages, but hold back certain other features only available to paying users, or allow you to send at least one message and try it out. A scam site will allow you to send this message, but come back with an auto-response baiting on your hope of getting laid to scam you for cash.
Another method was to misspell our name. So for instance, Chuck would send out a message that read something like:. Yada yada, wanna make out? If in reply we got a message that said: Yada yada your credit card.
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