Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
- Oct 3, 2010
- Faroe Islands
There's often a 5 or 6 digit number behind the SMS.I am getting numerous casino spam texts on my mobile lately too, so somebody's been naughty somewhere with my number as I've always opted out. Yesterday I had Arse (Ares) Casino, one of those scam 16668/JAZ operations. Half the time there's no number so you can't block them and NEVER reply to the opt-out number.
It could be worse, and you could have made it onto 123Casinos spam list of stolen email addresses. Reported to the casinos on his site and none have done anything, so I'm waiting until I get 1000 in my junk folder, which shouldn't be much longer, then going to set up a script to forward each one to each casino support and affiliate department over a few hours, see how they like it. @Mr Green-Redbet_Customer supportRep @EveBgo you are both on there.
Every email in the junk folder is the same and was brought up here
Spammer! - BGO, MrGreen, any reason why I'm getting 100's of spam emails from your affiliate?
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well next page had about 6 mails about bitcoins,'drano of nature' sounds interesting seems to be a lot of health ones there Viking, must be some sort of health spam conglomerate, I'm getting lots of bitcoin/compensation/work from home ones plus a few dodgy based casinos sneaking in.
Do you have to individually delete them or does your email account allow you to just delete the whole folder full?
I heard advice once the worse thing you can do is use the 'please take me off your mail list' as that just tells them your email is a live active account.
well next page had about 6 mails about bitcoins,
i can tick the box for the hole page and blaclist them but doesnt help. looks as they use some kinda email robot that just
changes email address every few hour
Frequent is understatement this is just since 6pmThat is strange to be that frequent, I deleted my spam box earlier when I typed that post and touch wood I've had no further spam today, someone ought to do an undercover expose of these spam email merchants, if they haven't, it's about time it's brought to more public attention again, because surely the internet companies could improve their algorithms to detect and block the stuff rather than deliver it.
I assume if you click on any of the embedded links in the messages you get a trojan downloaded onto your pc/device, which can then keylogg any passwords and bank card info you type in.
Frequent is understatement this is just since 6pm
I never click any of thos links im more computer wise then that It just pisses me off
Might just change email on some selected casinos then close this one down
Had it for 15 years so lots of casinos connected to it
So no way to know who gave or sold out my address View attachment 153972