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I receive a spam email and try to send it to either the sender or some organization to deal with. Verizon won't send it telling me it's spam, which I know. So I try to cut the image out and paste it in another email. Welll Verizon somehow knows what I've done and refuses to send that too.
Why and how do I get it to stop so I can forward the email for the company to deal with?
They let you send it to
firstname.lastname@example.org Which gets it to their suport team (third party last I heard)
email@example.com The government site
Perhaps a few others but in general since its spam they don't know that you aren't the spammer or just making a mistake and forwardint the spam to someone else to also get spammed/phished etc.
The real sender is just waiting for you to reply. So you don't want to send or reply to them. If you really think the company/etc that the spammer is pretending to be needs to see it, you can sometimes zip up a copy and send it to their Abuse/spam email address.
Zip it up. Good solution. That's what I really want to do. My work around has been to cut it out, paste it in a new email, but before I send that I again cut out the portion of the new email I want to send and paste that into another new email to send. Zipping sounds easier. Thanks.