Hi everyone 

I received a creepy "invite"--do I ignore it or is there a way to report it?

Thanks in advance for guidance!

deedee 

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SPAM ALERT!

Never ever reply to email or website when you do not know the "person".

Here is a recent spam, be careful, and delete:

"Good day,
I have something very vital to disclose to you,

could you please get back to me on

(ronaldmorr001@gmail.com) for full details.
Best regards,

sent by a "Ronald Morris" 

...... you may always report such spam messages at the group: "SPAMMER",

or directly to Ruud, moderator of IUOMA.

YIPES!!

That is the EXACT message I received from the same person!!!

THANK YOU for your advice 

cheers

deedee

Yes, I got one like that too. I deleted it, but nice to know how to properly report it.

Pen

I just received this very message. I was not going to reply, because it’s weird.

report it in the SPAM group, and the spammer will be removed!

I received a similar kind of message and sadly i just replied to one few minutes ago, and thank you so much for sharing about this , and will be more careful in this regard

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