DontLikeThisMethodOfSupport Posted June 8, 2004 Share Posted June 8, 2004 Seriously -- I can't be bothered to sort out how all of this form works. I could care less. All I want to say is that I received an e-mail that is clearly spam -- it's subject line reads " Greets! I offer you full base of accounts with passwords of mail server yahoo.com. Here is archive with small part of it. You can see that all information is real. If you want to buy full base, please reply me... ". I do not know the sender, nor have I requested any e-mail or information on this subject. When I sent this e-mail in as spam, the processor chided me for sending in a virus. My very up-to-date virus protection was not activated by this e-mail, so how am I to know the difference? As far as I'm concerned, this e-mail is spam! I love your service. I love thinking that I'm advancing the cause against spam by sending in any spam that I receive and notifying network administrators about it. However, my main complaint continues to be that customer service is TOO ORIENTED TO GEEKS! As I'm indicating -- I didn't want to register in order to complain, nor am I writing down my user name, etc. I DON'T WANT TO DEAL WITH THIS KIND OF THING! I don't want to post a new topic! I don't want to deal with remembering user names, password, etc., just to try to resolve a problem! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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