Dubious E-Mail from PC Advisor?????

  trevpearson 21:06 04 May 05
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Just had this in my E-Mail


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Is this for real, or is someone trying to spam me.

Trev

  trevpearson 21:09 04 May 05

Don't know why I blocked out my E-mail address anyway, it pops up when clicking the envelope next to my sign-in name.

Doh

Trev

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:30 04 May 05

Looks like a spammer to me trying to get you to reply and be directed to God Knows where.

  stalion 21:32 04 May 05

you will be exterminated delete delete delete

  Diodorus Siculus 21:35 04 May 05

[quote]it pops up when clicking the envelope next to my sign-in name[/quote] - for you only, not for the rest of us!

If you use the envelope to mail someone, the address will only be seen when the mail is sent.

  Technotiger 21:37 04 May 05

Hi, you did right in blocking your email address - it only shows if/when someone clicks on your yellow envelope to contact you.


Cheers

  trevpearson 22:08 04 May 05

Wow, thanks for the rapid responses.

For the FE, maybe someone is "using" your good name in vain.

Oh, and no way did I "reply" to the E-Mail

Thanks people

Trev

  p;3 22:12 04 May 05

I have just clicked on your envelope and get what I expect to see; my address

as it is related to the PCA, I wonder if FE might be able to shed any light?

but; dont reply to the mail; suspect a nasty::)))

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