I have over the last few weeks once again been getting threatening Spam saying that they are spying on me (which I know they're not) and giving a current or past password that I have used. These are using very threatening Tactics. I know this is what the elderly people are falling for and paying money to. What is Comcast doing to stop these? I regularly check my Spam to see things that I marked as not Spam continuing to go into that box accidentally. I find it alarming that there is nowhere on the Comcast or Xfinity site to even just drop in the IP address or Transfer as an attachment the e-mails. If there is one, can you please tell me where it is? I would like to start depositing these threatening and very intimidating and scary e-mails into a place where they can be investigated. My elderly neighbor just fell for one of these and they are continuing to call her. I gave her the number for the FBI unit but since she is old I fear she is just one of probably thousands of people being taken advantage of. If it is not in existence can the company please create a repository or place to report such things?
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