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Kudos0

Constant Bombardment from Hacker

In the days prior to the 2018 Christmas Season, I received in excess of 40 (forty) emails from a site that claimed to be FedEx requesting our address or wanting "please respond immediately".  I received these emails at my address: xxxxxxx [private information removed by Admin],   but my wife, Joyce, also received these messages at my email account.  When I tried to print them using the Gmail print icon, the email would disappear, and we'd get a message: This email has been permanently deleted.  I found that if I moved the email from my Inbox to another folder, I was able to print the email.

The email said it from: FedEx [Link removed by Admin]

At the bottom of the page was an identifier: https :// mail . google  . com/mail/xxx [Link removed by Admin]

We provided them no information. 

John E. H

Labels: Email Scan

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Kudos0

Re: Constant Bombardment from Hacker

Hello TOGA

You have just provided all your personal information in a public forum.. I have asked a Mod to remove that information.

Have a Good Night and

Thanks.

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Kudos0

Re: Constant Bombardment from Hacker

And how is this related to Norton? Is Norton flagging these emails as spam? Nothing can stop emails from being sent to your email account.

What email client are you using? The print issues sound like an issue with your email client settings.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
Kudos0

Re: Constant Bombardment from Hacker

It is not a hacker.  This is phishing.  The scammers got your email address and sent you a fake notice, hoping you would click on it and enter personal information they could use to access your accounts or get into other mischief.  As long as you did not enter any information or log into their website, no harm done.

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