Information about scammers and spammers will protect you from the handful of people who use online dating services illegitimately and emotional safety tips will keep your heart intact.
You can view all the pages you want here on , and I have no idea who you are. (And I do want to, which is why I ask you to sign up for my newsletter. And yes, once you give them your email address, they will probably start sending you email.
More on that in a moment.) The same is true for porn sites, or for any other website, for that matter. Some may even send what you’d consider to be porn spam.
When you visit a website, the site gets a certain amount of information about you, but your email address is not part of it. For example, you might sign up for my newsletter, and I’ll send it to you once a week.
You don’t provide your email address to view what’s on the site. I’m sure the porn industry has similar products – newsletters, subscription sites, discussion forums – requiring an email address to gain access.
Some of those might be drug spammers, some who send phishing attempts, and others who want to help you increase the size of certain body parts. Once spammers realize an email address is valid and reaches a real person, they prioritize sending spam in your direction.
So, no: if you, your spouse, child, partner, friend, employee, or whomever starts getting porn spam, it doesn’t mean anything at all.
Thus data is copied “down” from those servers to your machine.
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The catch is that the email is not from the actual bank, and the website is a forgery.
By fooling the visitor into thinking that the site is legitimate, the phishers can obtain that person’s log-in credentials when they attempt to log in to this fake site.
In total, I received 11 messages with 218 visitors. A few were a little more forward, and two were straight-up aggressive.