Yup ! my mother called this morning in a panic as she's received am email from "Virgin" saying her bill hadn't been paid and she would be disconnected on 1st Feb, I went and checked and noticed the address was email@example.com in other words a scam, these crop up regularly and people just have to stay on their toes.
And your point is? Of course it is spam, but in relation to what. We are not mind readers.
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For information: I learned that Norton and Google had dealt with this with courtesy and effectively
Interesting. You said in your second post that Virgin Media had marked it as spam so how did Norton and Google 'deal' with it?
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