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Unread postby iowabucks » October 16th, 2009, 12:36 am

I keep getting about 5 emails a day, for the last 5 days, from a website called "findplumbinghelp.com" telling me i have a new PM. From the same person no less. I think i may have registered there long ago, but can't be sure. I am hesitant to log in to this site as it could be a way to steal my password.

What does it sound like to you guys? Or could it just be spam? I've never had anything like this happen before.
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Re: You have a new Private Message

Unread postby Mystery » October 17th, 2009, 9:12 pm

Well, if you haven't visited for a long time (and are not even sure if you have registered there at all or not), I don't know why someone should send you suddenly so many PMs, unless it's someone who is looking for new contacts or a spammer.
If I were in your situation I'd mark it as spam and wouldn't be bothered too much about it. Just my personal opinion though :)
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