Dpreview have sold my email address

Started Mar 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
sporry
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Re: jumping to conclusions
In reply to JonMcG, Mar 18, 2013

Here's a suggestion: contact those companies and ask where they got your details. You can ask them to remove you from their database if they truly have your details. (Though they may not reveal their source). Also if the emails are legitimate you should be able to opt out. If after that you still get spam, then it's a bot and not a legitimate company sending you that spam.

Another thing to consider is, did you click on the newsletter to get to certain websites? If yes, one of those may have had a Trojan.

Also consider dragging those messages to your spam box or block them. That should solve it too.

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