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"AT&T WorldNet says it rejects 10 million to 12 million e-mails a day because the addresses don't match real users'--a sure sign that spammers are at work. " - Newsweek - Crammed with Spam
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Do you feel like you are getting more and more e-mail from unwanted sources everyday? Unwanted commercial e-mail (UCE), otherwise known as spam, can be an annoying, costly and time-consuming problem for many consumers. Follow the below Tips, use the Tools and, when necessary, Take Action to help alleviate unwanted e-mails in your inbox.
Fight back against spammers! You can easily report unwanted e-mail to the Federal Trade Commission if you believe spammers have violated the law or their Internet Service Provider's terms of service. You can also report spam with the Spam Cop website. As a consumer, it is important to report these violations so they can be deterred as soon as possible.