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We are not attorneys. The suggestions provided by Fraud Aid, Inc. are not legal advice and are not intended to take the place of legal advice. You should always consult with an attorney. We are Fraud Victim Advocates who use our experience and knowledge to the best of our ability in guiding fraud victims in the proper direction. We strive to help all fraud victims but are not always able to do so.
SPAM AND VIRUSES with Fraud Aid return addresses:
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Fraud Aid.com email addresses are being used (forged) on a daily basis to send out SPAM and viruses. There is no way we can stop this. Even if we change our addresses, the new addresses will be picked up within a few hours. We sincerely apologize if you are receiving this type of mail allegedly from us. Please send us the mail you received, along with the complete header, and we will track down the source. Thank you!
SPAM sent to Fraud Aid: Fraud Aid, Inc. does not sign up for any type of information to be sent to any of its addresses that is not fraud or eBusiness related. All SPAM is reported, and in some instances, hunted down and reported to the specific IP server. This is especially true of pornographic/adult material, worms, and viruses. Using forged addresses does not prevent us from doing this.
We do use some filters, but not so as to prevent spurious offers to reach our mailboxes. These are currently being collected for research for the upcoming section, SpamScam™. Besides examples and explanations of fraudulent email offers, SpamScam™ will include links to web sites with the best tools and tutorials anyone can use to track and report SPAM.