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Multiple emails from ?variable?@comcast.net Phishing account info at various Banks

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Multiple emails from ?variable?@comcast.net Phishing account info at various Banks

As stated in subject, many bogus emails.  A high percentage of which came someuserid@comcast.net. I wished I had saved all the bogus emails. My question is where do I send /forward them to Comcast so that they can be reviewed/investigated???

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razor123 wrote:

As stated in subject, many bogus emails.  A high percentage of which came someuserid@comcast.net. I wished I had saved all the bogus emails. My question is where do I send /forward them to Comcast so that they can be reviewed/investigated???


I have always marked them as spam or else used the unsubscribe link.  I hardly get any now.


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razor123 wrote: ... where do I send /forward them to Comcast so that they can be reviewed/investigated???

For instructions, visit http://constantguard.comcast.net/help/report-abuse/. Scroll about halfway down the page and click "Report Spam and Phishing Emails", then scroll down to "Report Phishing Emails". Also Google the bank name + phishing and send a report to that address as well.

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RobertWy wrote: ... or else used the unsubscribe link. ...

That's terrible advice. Users should NEVER click ANY link in ANY spam, scam, or phishing email. It only confirms that your address is "live" and invites more of the same.

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BruceW wrote:

RobertWy wrote: ... or else used the unsubscribe link. ...

That's terrible advice. Users should NEVER click ANY link in ANY spam, scam, or phishing email. It only confirms that your address is "live" and invites more of the same.


OK, I'll remember that.  Thanks.


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Re: Multiple emails from ?variable?@comcast.net Phishing account info at various Banks

Thank You for your pointing out how to prepare and send bogus/phishing/etc emails to Comcast for review.  Will they do anything with them???

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Our CSA team works dillegently and do review those reports and get offending sites taken down or blocked.