Spam is a reality that's unlikely to end... ever. However, a spammer doesn't necessarily know your email address is valid... well... not until you unsubscribe. Then they know for sure your email is valid. So, from now on, don't get upset and give yourself away. Just mark it as spam and send it to the spam folder where it belongs.
And by the way, if you haven't setup your email to block images, then you don't need to unsubscribe for them to know your email address is valid. They may already know as soon as you open it. Ever look at the names of those image files? They are unique file names linked to their web site. They are unique to the spam message they sent to your unique email address. They are unique like the UPC code on a can of green beans is unique... cut green beans... actually Libby's Cut Green Beans in the 14.5 Oz size. So, if your email settings are set to to load images automatically (possibly the default setting in your email app/website), your spammer will know when that image is accessed and the unique email address it was sent to... hopefully not yours.
Review by Zhuolun3 years ago
Never heard of these people until I started receiving daily spam email from them. I am retired and have not worked or looked for a job in 10 years. What can be done about them?
Review by Benjaminas3 years ago
I have been receiving email from these clowns for months, same as Jobseeq. I never applied or joined their site! The jobs offered are about 1,000 miles from where I am and I am not looking for a job! I have tried to unsubscribe from the emails, but it does not work. I now report all emails from them to spamcop.net It seems as though they are fake or just so messed up they don't know what they are doing.
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