nhraj700 Posted January 3, 2020 Share Posted January 3, 2020 Heads up! Received this email from no-reply [at] consumersentinel [dot].gov Thank you for emailing spam [at] uce [dot] gov. You no longer need to forward your spam emails to this email box, because the Federal Trade Commission is now collecting spam through a honeypot, which is an online trap. This change makes it more efficient for the FTC to collect spam that is deceptive or violates the CAN-spam Act. This change saves tax dollars, your time, and helps the FTC collect deceptive and illegal spam. If you lost money to a scam that started with an email, please report it at ftc dot gov/complaint. There, you can also report spam you receive. Read more about how to limit spam, phone calls, and mail. Confirmed on the FTC website they changed their policy and are recommending you contact your email provider. Happy New Year! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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