Irritated - need advice

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Ok, I am having this very irritating problem. I get these emails, each time I get two of them. There coming from the same person every time when he has a webinar. I have not signed up and have for at least three of them opted out. What gives I don't want to give the name here i just want them to stop
#advice #irritated
  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Contact his host or the mail provider.
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    Spam messages must go to the spam folder. Simply send one of these messages to the spam folder and they will then start arriving there.

    Everyone receives many spam messages without opting-in; you are not the only one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Woodward82
    This isnt just a normal spam, its coming from a legitimate site for webinars. Its almost like he has a email list that he opts in to his webinars so that they get the confirmation email and the reminder email. I have opted out through the webinar service mulitiple times but still get one when he has another one.

    I have 6 emails since 4pm today. 5 confirmation emails and a reminder email .
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    Spam is horrible...
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Phillip
    The confirmation emails for webinars are just tacky. And big name gurus are pulling it too. Unless they have the best offer ever, they are hitting the spam folder.

    R.
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    This isnt just a normal spam, its coming from a legitimate site for webinars. Its almost like he has a email list that he opts in to his webinars so that they get the confirmation email and the reminder email. I have opted out through the webinar service mulitiple times but still get one when he has another one.

    I have 6 emails since 4pm today. 5 confirmation emails and a reminder email .


    So, send all these messages to the spam folder. They will stop arriving at your regular email box.

    I receive hundreds of spam messages selling viagra or offering me a loan everyday. They go directly to the spam folder. Whenever one of such messages escapes the filters, I send it to the spam folder myself.










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    • Profile picture of the author Woodward82
      Originally Posted by clever7 View Post



      So, send all these messages to the spam folder. They will stop arriving at your regular email box.

      I receive hundreds of spam messages selling viagra or offering me a loan everyday. They go directly to the spam folder. Whenever one of such messages escapes the filters, I send it to the spam folder myself.









      So what if one day i decided to sign up for a webinar that i wanted to attend? Would those also go to the spam folder for sending these there. I emailed him (not sure if its real email) and said that I would contact his host and ISP. I also am emailing the webinar service.

      How do I go about finding his host and ISP
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  • Profile picture of the author Toby Couchman
    I would have thought contacting the webinar company would be enough.

    ISP or host most likely wont do anything as the mails are being sent from a 3rd party - the webinar company.

    Good luck dude. Spam sucks
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    So what if one day i decided to sign up for a webinar that i wanted to attend? Would those also go to the spam folder for sending these there. I emailed him (not sure if its real email) and said that I would contact his host and ISP. I also am emailing the webinar service.


    Since he is not respecting your decision to stop receiving these messages he is a spammer. Simply send these messages to the spam folder and stop caring about this matter.







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  • Profile picture of the author Khemosabi
    I know exactly who you're talking about! I received 7 of them yesterday, and one more in my spam box! I tried the unsub, we'll see how it goes. I did not sign up for these webinars, nor did I subscribe to this marketer.

    This seems to be a repeating trend these days, many are doing it!

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  • Profile picture of the author mrgoe
    Originally Posted by Woodward82 View Post

    Ok, I am having this very irritating problem. I get these emails, each time I get two of them. There coming from the same person every time when he has a webinar. I have not signed up and have for at least three of them opted out. What gives I don't want to give the name here i just want them to stop
    Mark them as spam, contact him and tell him about the issue. If he doesn`t have a unsubscribe link on the bottom of the email, it`s clearly spam
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  • Profile picture of the author davidfrankk
    Well, this person is surely breaking the law. Try and opt out a few more more times or just add the email in the spam folder.
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