For some reason when I try to click on the contact ...

For some reason when I try to click on the contact button to respond to your recent email I keep getting an error report and from that point I get kicked off. I wanted to let you know that your response did not answer my question. All I was wanting to know if there was a spam or spoof address that I could send a suspected spoof or spam e-mail to aol. I ended up with this long drawn out process which made things more confusing that it really should be. To be honest at this point I am finding it easiest to just delet the suspected e-mail and hope that other subscribers who use Aol who wish to try and report the spoof or spam e-mail better luck getting the spam or spoof mail reported than I have. Honestly the biggest fear that I have is that whoever is sending out these spam or spoof e-mails do not have enough computer sauvy to gain access into an unsuspecting e-mail receivers computer. There should be an easier way to report questionable e-mails other than the process a person has to go through now. On top o fthat as a user of Aol you really do not know if what you have tried to report has even got reported. Maybe Aol can come up with a better way for Aol users to report suspected spam or spoof e-mails. To ultimately answer your question, no I did not find this assistance that I was seeking helpful at all

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Where to forward aol spoof

where to forward aol spoof

Asked: Spam

does marking an email spam apply to all future emails from that sender?

Asked: Nationwide Trans is spoofing my phone number and ...

Nationwide Trans is spoofing my phone number and I am getting phone calls from all over the country. Does anyone have any idea, other than changing my phone number, to stop this?

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know