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If it refers to a link --more than likely
if you have never used the company and this just appeared on the screen --most difinately

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Never use your primary email address to enter those types of online contests. They are ALL sources of SPAM in one way or another.

Go to the Google homepage and click on the GMail link at the top of the page.
Create yourself a free GMail account, and then use that one when you want to enter those kinds of contests. That way you won't expose your personal and private email account address to unecessary sources of spam. If that sacrificial GMail account starts getting filled up with spam to the point of rendering it unusable, then just disable it and open a new one with a slightly different address.

If you want, you can even have the GMail account forward all the mail it receives to your primary email account. That way you still only have to check one account to see all your mail, but you can disable the forwarding anytime you like if the spam messages get too bad. Just look under the SETTINGS tab, then the FORWARDING tab when you eventually get your GMail account.

Good luck.

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Please help find activion code for 7,000.00 a week for life entry 6900


It is a scam to get you to buy books that nobody wants. Buy lottery tickets instead, the odds are better.

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This is the 2nd time I have received a card to activate and could not find how to do it. You people better go back to the drawing board. My activation code is PC322. I give up!!!!


Not Publishers Clearing House again Brenda?

It is just a scam to get you to buy books no one wants.

And 'you people' is not us Brenda, we are Fixya.

Publishers Clearing House is a direct marketing company that markets merchandise and magazine subscriptions with sweepstakes, prize-based game, search, and lottery websites. Publishers Clearing House was founded in 1953 by Harold Mertz to replace door-to-door magazine subscription sales by a single vendor offering multiple subscriptions by mail. It introduced its sweepstakes in 1967. In the early 1990s the company was the subject of concerns and legal actions regarding whether consumers were misled about their odds of winning the sweepstakes and whether purchases increased their chances. By 2010 the company had reached settlements with all 50 states.

Read this
http://contests.about.com/od/conttestscams/f/Are-Publishers-Clearing-House-Sweepstakes-Scams.htm


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I went to the Greta American Photo Contest web site and entered in the animal photo contest. They soon began sending me ads through the email. In their policy page, it clearly states that they WILL sell...


Never use your primary email address to enter those types of online contests. They are ALL sources of SPAM in one way or another.

Go to the Google homepage and click on the GMail link at the top of the page.
Create yourself a free GMail account, and then use that one when you want to enter those kinds of contests. That way you won't expose your personal and private email account address to unecessary sources of spam. If that sacrificial GMail account starts getting filled up with spam to the point of rendering it unusable, then just disable it and open a new one with a slightly different address.

If you want, you can even have the GMail account forward all the mail it receives to your primary email account. That way you still only have to check one account to see all your mail, but you can disable the forwarding anytime you like if the spam messages get too bad. Just look under the SETTINGS tab, then the FORWARDING tab when you eventually get your GMail account.

Good luck.

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