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  2. Report abuse or spam on AOL - AOL Help

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    AOL protects its users by strictly limiting who can bulk send email to its users. Info about AOL's spam policy, including the ability to report abuse and resources for email senders who are being blocked by AOL, can be found by going to the Postmaster info page. Did you find this information helpful? Yes No. Apr 14, 2022.

  3. AOL Tech Support Scam FAQs - AOL Help

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    For any technical support or assistance with AOL products, you should refer strictly to AOL websites and sources to avoid incurring a fee from third party services claiming to offer AOL support. To resolve your tech-related issues, please contact AOL Tech Support at 1-800-827-6364. For more information about other scams and how to avoid them ...

  4. Protect yourself from internet scams - AOL Help

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    What are 800 and 888 phone number scams? If you get an email providing you a PIN number and an 800 or 888 number to call, this a scam to try and steal valuable personal info. These emails will often ask you to call AOL at the number provided, provide the PIN number and will ask for account details including your password.

  5. Contacting AOL Security Team - AOL Help

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    For Security Researchers seeking to contact the AOL corporate security team regarding security-related incidents and vulnerabilities, please review our contact page. For AOL members seeking help with suspicious account activity (such as spam or phishing emails) or technical support, please review your Customer Care support options.

  6. Doxing - Wikipedia

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    Etymology [ edit] "Doxing" is a neologism. It originates from a spelling alteration of the abbreviation "docs" (for "documents") and refers to "compiling and releasing a dossier of personal information on someone". [5] Essentially, doxing is revealing and publicizing the records of an individual, which were previously private or difficult to ...

  7. Phishing - Wikipedia

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    Phishing is a type of social engineering where an attacker sends a fraudulent (e.g., spoofed, fake, or otherwise deceptive) message designed to trick a person into revealing sensitive information to the attacker [1] or to deploy malicious software on the victim's infrastructure like ransomware. Phishing attacks have become increasingly ...

  8. Pinterest - Wikipedia

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    Pinterest is an image sharing and social media service designed to enable saving and discovery of information (specifically "ideas") on the internet using images, and on a smaller scale, animated GIFs and videos, in the form of pinboards.

  9. Fortune telling fraud - Wikipedia

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    Fortune telling fraud, also called the bujo or egg curse scam, is a type of confidence trick, based on a claim of secret or occult information. The basic feature of the scam involves diagnosing the victim (the "mark") with some sort of secret problem that only the grifter can detect or diagnose, and then charging the mark for ineffectual treatments.