e-mail spam via PassPorter
About This Page: This is a discussion on e-mail spam via PassPorter within the The Garage: Technical Support, part of the PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel; I'm sure others got this also, but I got a disturbing e-mail sent to my home e-mail via PassPorters. I'm ...
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I'm sure others got this also, but I got a disturbing e-mail sent to my home e-mail via PassPorters. I'm very grateful for the safeguards PP has in place so that they do not know my e-mail address. Should I forward this e-mail to someone so this person can be removed from the membership?