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Fake ebay email

Fake email from "ebay".  Over the past few months, I have been getting a high amount (over ten a day) of what has to be fake emails from ebay.  I have been an ebay member for years, but as of late have not been doing anything on ebay.  I have all Norton programs/apps, on home computers and our mobile phones.  Some of these fake ebay emails seem to be specific to me, as in did the bad guys hack into my web browsing or into my contact lists.  I had been forwarding the fake emails to ebay.  I am just starting to question if Norton is working ... why do i keep getting fake emails from the same sender, when I have told Norton to block them?  Since I am no longer active user of ebay, I had told Norton to block any and all fake emails from "@ebay.com, but it does not appear to be working.  I searched the forum for any related ebay topic, all the ones that popped up were dated 2015 and prior.  I have checked that I do not need a solution, as I was mostly wanting to just put this out there ...  as if anyone else getting them?  I had put this same question out to ebay, when I forward the fakes to them, but they never have answered me back.  I am just wondering if my Norton is working, protecting my web browsing, virus protection, and my email?  Did Norton let in a bug that knows my web surfing and email contacts?  Since I am getting all these fake emails, some based off some of my web browsing and some off my email contacts!

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Re: Fake ebay email

Norton cannot stop the emails from coming into your computer. All it can do is mark them as spam.

You might be able to go to your email provider's web mail page and set up filters there. That way they would get filtered to spam before they get to your email client on your PC.

As for any bugs or malware in those emails, as long as you are not clicking on any links, you should be safe. Just delete the emails. And if you did accidentally click one, Norton's other layers of protection would kick in to protect your system.

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

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