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I have never had much of a problem with scam etc and have always fully protected my PC's via Norton Firewall and Anti Virus.
However, starting about a week ago I have been deluged with unwanted (spam) e-mails, often as many as 50 a day!
It may be a coincidence, but I have been receiving "nuisance" telephone calls from a "Financial Consultant" in New York for the past 6 months or so.
On the evening before the spam started I received another of these calls and hung up after asking him to stop pestering me.
Unfortunately I gave this person my e-mail address when he first contacted me so that he could send me some information
His details, as copied from his e-mail, are as follows:-
It was a pleasure speaking to you. If you have any questions please feel free to call me. My details are as follows:
Direct #516-937-5800 ext.225
Email [email protected]
Web Page click here
Jason E. Zwibel
Senior Investment Consultant
If this is just a coincidence then I apologise to Mr Zwibel - but I think not!
I am currently coping with this spam OK thanks to Mailwasher which removes the vast majority of it, but felt I should publicise my problems as a warning to others.
Be most careful who you give your e-mail address to, I wasn't and am now regretting it.
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