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Stop "cantv.net" spam messages?

Is there any way to stop e-mail from "cantv.net"?  I get two or three messages a day from them (in my spam folder), and they are always an obvious scam attempt.

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Hi Herb:

For assistance, please refer to the instructions listed in one of the help articles below (depending if you’re using AOL WebMail or the AOL Desktop software):

If you’re using AOL WebMail, please refer to this article:

How do I block emails from a particular sender in AOL Mail?

If you’re using the AOL Desktop software, please refer to this article:

Block or unblock emails from an email address using the AOL software

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