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(Closed) spam emails and my husband!

The Social Spot Politics and Religion. Vendor Deals. Facebook Remember Me? What does that mean? Old , Tons and Tons of Dating Site Spam. Hi All, First time poster. Been lurking for quite some time. The people here are rational and very helpful. That being said, it's my turn to ask for some imput. My husband and I have been together for ten years. We are in our mid 40's with grown children who do not live with us.

There have been some ups and down over the years. The sad thing is that even when times are good he has exhibited some pretty bad behavior. My latest concern is the amount of dating site spam he receives. If he has spam in his mailbox, I would say half or more are from dating sites. Does that mean he is looking at them currently? I have known that in the past during his bad behavior times, he has cruised Adult Friend Finder type of sites. Do you have to currently be going to sites to receive this kind of spam mail?

I know I don't get that type of spam on my end. I also don't go to pervy sex dating sites either. Give it to me straight people! Digg this Post! Add to del. Calliebess is offline. Quick Reply. Remove Advertisements. Based on my past experience, the answer is probably yes. You may want to have a look at some of the profiles on various dating sites. Florida01 likes this. I can not speak for your hubby, but I know that I am an ecstatically married relationship coach and do not surf one single "dating site" and yet at this moment right now I have emails in my inbox and in my spam filter, and about 1 in 3 of those emails is some sort of "Singles" ad or another.

It is my experience that if you are "out there" on the internet at all--like if you have a website, blog, facebook and twitter--that your name is sold to some of these sleezy places and they will solicit. There are lots of lonely people out there, so the fact is they make money by sending out an email and someone falls for it. That doesn't really answer your question, but I can say I do not visit any kind of porn, adult or dating and I have or more emails from them in my box now MattMatt and wmn1 like this.

To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 0 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. Affaircare is offline. I thought about doing that but to be honest, there are so many sites and so many people on them, who has that kind of time? Also, you usually have to become a member to view profiles and that's not something I really want to do.

Just pisses me off to think of him doing this. When I found out years ago he was trolling these types of sites I hit the roof. I was devastated to say the least. I could not wrap my head around why he would be doing this. We have sex daily and not just vanilla sex, either , I keep myself in great shape and am enthusiastic. Apparently, that's not enough for him. Nothing is ever enough for him I must be a moron for thinking he could ever change!

Thanks Affaircare for the input. I will say I have a FB page and I am on the internet far more than he is and yet I don't get that type of email at all. But now that you say you get them and never go to those types of sites I don't know what to think! I have two e-mail accounts. One of those accounts was mainly used as a way to snoop on the estranged husband's dating site profiles. That was a couple of years ago. And that account was used to enroll in several of the dating sites as part of that.

That e-mail account gets loads of dating site spam. The other e-mail account used for my daily life gets hardly any of that spam. Originally Posted by Aug View Post. There is something going on. I would bet a testicle on it. Look man, I am on the net a lot. I have about Favorites, and I belong to all the major things..

Twitter, Facebook I belong to review websites like Yelp and a bunch of boards as well. I even visit off the wall sites too like Fark. Not once!! But my wife did. From eHarmony and such And guess what? She cheated. Now she doesnt get any of that stuff.. Funny how that works. Dating emails dont just happen. If you are cruising the net in an innocent manner, then you wont get those things.

That is my experience. Anyway, I'm all over the internet and have never trolled dating or hook up sites, but still get tons of this stuff. However, since your husband had an issue with it in the past, I'd do some snooping. Good luck and hopefully it's just spam fail. Saffron is offline. Install a keylogger.. Otherwise its just spam mail that could have come from anywhere. Lilyana is offline. I have to disagree with those convinced he has to be on dating sites to get the spam.

Sure, it could be. However, in my career I worked at an anti-spam email company for awhile. One of the things I had to do was to set up what was called a honeypot. It was a server setup with email addresses. All we had to do was click on a link on even nonsexual websites. Practically anything selling something. And we'd use the email address to send and receive email--not even to any odd addresses at all. Within minutes, shoot, even seconds, the email would come pouring in.

Spam of all stripe. Dating sites, porn, politics, selling toasters, wanting political discussion. Once your IP address is being squirted out onto the internet via email, someone is grabbing that information and using it. It's enough to make you both be impressed with antivirus software vendors and want to light your laptop on fire and go offline.

MattMatt likes this. I'm in the IT profession. You will never get rid of it, all it does is increase. Once your email address is "passed on" or compromised , it continuously gets passed on and on and on etc ie sold on.

Or do they? It was my understanding that emails may be sent from dating websites and end up in the Junk Mail section but only if the website has bee. My husband is receiving questionable emails in his spam. Emails from random dating sites. They say things like, I added your profile to my favorites.

Press room corporate site emails from around 6 different dating sites - an email. Recently signed up sunday morning to do they say things gmail dating sites. Among the username and worst places i've definitely gotten spam from women who has even have a website or network — then. Com own other dating with that he isn't helping.

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(Closed) spam emails and my husband!

I contacted Yahoo again, but within the blink of an eye, I received a standard response email stating that my case was closed. How can I stop these emails? Anybody who has your home or office address can send you letters and anybody who has your email address can send you spam. You will get lots of junk email because it costs nothing to send. Email service providers such as Yahoo, Google and Microsoft filter out billions of spam emails per day. Only a few get through, and five to 20 per day is not an unusual number. However, the ones that get through should arrive in your spam folder. Unfortunately, spam filtering is a tricky business. If the filters are loose, you will see a few spam emails in your inbox. If the filters are too fierce, then legitimate emails will end up in your spam box.

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When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: My Gmail inbox is a clean, spam-free place, and I like to keep it that way. Like many of you, I use a separate email address for funneling new site registrations, newsletters and sales alerts.

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My husband is receiving questionable emails in his spam. Emails from random dating sites. I know he used to have an account before we started dating but deleted it. And I clicked on one link that pulled up a page to an account with his email and a user name but a random birthday no where close to his actual birthday and a city that is no where near us. He said some of those sites automatically add those things in the blanks prompting you to edit and set up an account. Is this true? First time ever on this site so please bare with me. I found this site from googling spam emails and such, trying to find answers. I get these random spam emails too and never was on any dating sites or anything questionable. Which dating sites?

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Quite often, scammers make contact with potential victims via Internet dating services. I have received dozens of these emails over the last few weeks, both directly from scammers and as submissions from site visitors. An example of one of the messages is included below:. I am bored tonight. I am nice girl that would like to chat with you. Email me at [address removed] only, because I am writing not from my personal email.

So, my Gmail inbox started getting these weird emails...

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My first reaction was to ask the reader for more information to clarify her situation. From what I can understand, the two of them share a cell phone, and she's getting text messages from an adult dating site, asking her to join, sign up, or visit. I'm answering the question with this assumption in mind, although, I'll cover the other possibility at the end of this post. Therefore, to answer: A quick search for speak-live. Could this dating spam have come from your boyfriend's former adult dating site use?

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