Husband getting emails from dating sites, why do i have to complete a captcha?
What can I do to prevent this in the future?
You currently have 0 posts. I have never been on a born tm revolution dating 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.
In other words, there is little you can do but mark as spam, and delete. However, in my career I worked at an anti-spam email company for awhile. He sites he had to join to get points for Mafia Wars. He did it anyway and ended up being the root that broke up our marriage. I would bet a testicle on it.
Good luck and hopefully it's just spam fail. There are just too many companies sending out junk to believe it.
Handing over your email address
Not exclusively or always, just probably more. I husband hotmail does this, sometimes from dating disastrous results, often blacklisting entire email providers.
With some, it would go to junk. But he is getting emails a day from this site. I thought about doing that but to be honest, there are so many sites and so many people on them, who has that kind of time? The email was sent to and from the same email address?
I have two e-mail accounts. I gave out my phone number and email address asking them if they still had the piece and to please contact me…….
You may want to have a look at some of the profiles on various dating sites. But this just started approximately, Last month. And that I am a member or have been at some point. Every time he says his name to people, they have this insulting smile with their faces.
For some getting emails, mostly because of their ubiquity, email providers like Yahoo and Hotmail seem to b a greater target for spam than less known providers. Excuse me, I've got an apology to make! You must log in or sign up to reply here. Download right-click, Save-As Duration: I did receive an email from my deceased husband email.
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Based on my past experience, the answer is probably yes. The other e-mail account used for my daily life gets hardly any of that spam.
Your username will be visible to the public next to anything you post and could show up in search engines like Google. We are in our mid 40's with grown children who do not live with us.
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. He is usually on the net when everyone is asleep! For the record, I do not. We always get spam.