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I never used to get spam in my verizon.net email account - probably because I never use it to sign up / sign into websites. I use an msn email address for that.
But all off a sudden, since about three weeks ago, I am getting multiple spam emails regarding rolex and viagra. So does my husband's sub-account. Just started happening out of the blue.
Did Verizon change anything with the way it handles spam? This is ridiculous!
The same here!!! I have been inundated with Rolex and Viagra spam as well. Of course none of it was stopped by the SPAM filter. And like you I never give out my Verizon email, I only use it for a few select things and have not added or changed any of them in the last year. I use throw away email addresses (Gmail/Yahoo) for all the other stuff and have none of those email addresses are linked to my Verizon account.
In fact I just got 3 more Fake Rolex spams today, the Spam filter is totally USELESS.