I received an email from seniorlivingconcepts.com. How do I check if legit? Norton shows a gray checkmark.
Hello Terry. What is the actual FULL email address in the "from" header field within the message? Tracing the domain I found the following results.
Unfortunately I deleted this and other messages like it from this source making different offers from different vendors. I clicked on one of them to unsubscribe and received a message back that I was unsubscribed from mail.seniorlivingconcepts.com. By the way I could read the results you sent. Can you send in text in the body of your reply?
Here is what the search returned in clear text for you:
Whois Record Site Profile IP Info
Red Dirt Enterprise
99 WALL ST # 137
NEW YORK, NY 10005-4301
NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
No information available.
Thanks for this. I also see that Red Dirt registered theseniorretiredlife.com
Should I be concerned that a clicked on the unsubscribe link? If so, what should I look out for, or do?
You're welcome. If you didn't provide any personal information such as financial data, SSN or the like just keep you eyes open for other messages from them and delete. It is extremely hard to add top level domains to a spam list, however you CAN add their domain to your mail client spam list. That should prevent anything else from getting into your inbox.
As a rule of thumb, if a message isn't from someone you know, a business you actually do business with, and a message with attachments DON'T open it.
Thanks again..I also contacted networksolutions.com who they registered with and asked and complained about them. I hope that they respond back. Finally should I worry about getting a message back from a mail. website? That threw me for a loop.
If you add the sender to your spam filter you shouldn't have to worry. Just empty your spam folder.
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