Take our Advice ...
to do if you've been "spammed"
what do you do when your cousin forwards to you one of those e-mails
that sounds legit, but raises some credibility flags? Dire warnings
of catastrophic computer viruses, heart-tugging tales of dying
children -- you want to do something to help, but what?
a minute, you'e been "spammed" -- a new term coined
to describe unsolicited, and sometimes useless, e-mail. So what
do you do?
don't forward it, no matter how urgent the plea ("Send this
to 10 friends within 10 minutes, and you will have fame and fortune.")
Then, check it out. There are several resources at your disposal: