e-mail scam from woodnet?
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I got an email today from a woodnet address and it says I requested bat house plans 3 days ago.  That they tried to send them, and had a clickable link to get them.  The address was info@woodnet.(or something).  Of course, I did not click it and blocked the sender as I know I didn't order this.  Any information on this?
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  Re: e-mail scam from woodnet? by JimDaddyO (I got an email today...)
i expect it's the woodnet plans guy.  It's not woodnet.   Somehow managed to get all of our email addresses. As a random coincidence, I just reported one of his emails to yahoo as spam
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  Re: e-mail scam from woodnet? by JimDaddyO (I got an email today...)
There's little to nothing we can do about it, unfortunately. Spammers know how to fake e-mail addresses using similar domain names, false display names, etc. Best thing you can do is keep reporting them to your e-mail provider as spam.
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  Re: e-mail scam from woodnet? by JimDaddyO (I got an email today...)
OK, thank you for clarifying for me.
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  Re: e-mail scam from woodnet? by JimDaddyO (I got an email today...)
I get a couple every day from that address. filtering them all to my spam box
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  Re: e-mail scam from woodnet? by JimDaddyO (I got an email today...)
Yep.

Have been getting emails from "the Woodnet plans guy", "Brian P".

He, she, or it is now spreading to some other email addresses I have though I have never opened, always marked as spam, if they don't already go to my spam folders, and then deleted all.

Aah well. Stupid person.
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