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2sevensclash
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When I get a scam mail I forward it to this place [email protected].

There is obviously a reason as to why there is not a method that allows somebody to reply to the scam e mail that results in the sender getting thousands of replies and the inbox being overwhelmed ?
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2sevensclash wrote: Tue Jan 24, 2023 5:14 pm There is obviously a reason as to why there is not a method that allows somebody to reply to the scam e mail that results in the sender getting thousands of replies and the inbox being overwhelmed ?
Because that would be tantamount to spamming, etc, and in this mad world, it’s quicker to sue the innocent than prosecute the guilty?
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But would a scammer go to the police and complain when all the evidence points to him trying to defraud somebody ?
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