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You can find the "formatting option" in bottom while composing a new mail. In that you can change the font size. Or If you want to set default means, go to settings -> General -> Text style. You can change here.

Answered: Is United Prize Center a scam

There have been many complaints about United Prize Identification Center of Linden, NJ asking for $20 before they will send you a prize. And of course they never send you anything.

Answered: Ad Scam

And after all that you didn't even mention the name of the company. Kind of defeats the purpose, Einstein!!

Answered: Scam or Real?

Notice that instead of telling you whether the email was bogus, the great AOL customer service rep simply gave you a link to a source which also doesn't answer your question. Typical AOL.

Answered: Do you call Aol members? I have recieved a call ...

Even if it was legit I would never let anyone take over my computer, especially some nitwit from AOL.

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This is a SCAM...throw away any mailings from the National Processing Center...this is scam is a long standing one and basically your name is on a list that the scammers bought and they use this list to try and sell you financial products that will cover the cost of your "final expenses". I don't ...
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Unfortunately there are many scams involving fake checks. Sometimes it is an overpayment for something you are selling, sometimes it is a "secret shopper" scam. Often they want you to wire them some money, before the check gets returned unpaid.

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Time share presentations often have you "win" something. About 99.99% of the prizes are cheap.

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AOL actually puts out warning info on this and tells you to ignore those scams. If in doubt call them, but those scams have been doing that to get credit cards numbers for many many years now. Surely plenty of people get burned on that.