I'm sure logging out is a waste of time. I find it is best to maintain more than one email address, and most ISPs will allow this. You can then have a "throw away" account for use in places where it might be compromised, and private address(es) for people you trust.
I do have an alternate e-mail address, which I often use when I order stuff online; the sites always have the lock icon, but you never know.
Another weird thing that's happened a couple times.. I've received a "Delivery status notification" that shows that I supposedly tried to send something to some address I've never heard of, with attachments included (which I have NOT opened), but that delivery had been aborted after 0 seconds. Uggh.....
I just changed my password (not before having to also change my security question, which I should have been able to answer, but no matter what I put, it refused to work). But I'm still concerned. I normally check my mail through Windows Live mail, and I never have to sign in. If I were to access my e-mail through the website instead, where I have to log in with my new password, would that help? I can't think of anything else to do. I'm running out of ways to combat this spambot.
It says 17 hours ago. That was before I changed my e-mail password... but after I changed my facebook password. However, I still am interested to know why this only happens within group pages and group e-mail. Better sales "impact" I guess?
Short of removing my fb page (I don't even know how to do that), are there any more suggestions? FB is obviously no help, what's the point of reporting it? It might be easier if they did take my page down, because I certainly don't know how to do it.
[Update]: I received nothing suspicious in my e-mail today, at least.
Richard (or anyone else), be sure to let me know about any more FB shenanigans. I don't know about them unless someone replies or "likes" them. That's why I wasn't aware of the 17 hour ago one until just now.
Just don't anybody take it seriously and think it's me... as one of you seemed to do yesterday and made me feel that much more agitated about it all... using the word "you" as if you thought it was really me, and you had to know it wasn't.
Martin, I was referring to your comment in reply to one of "my" spam posts. You said something like it's Chinese to me, "I don't know what you're on about". That's the comment I was referring to in an earlier post how someone replying to it as if I had really posted it made me feel even more agitated about it than I did already. It's not helpful. It's best not ever to take spam seriously, unless you really don't know that it is spam. Instead, just let me know that something unusual has come from me, that would be much more helpful. Thanks.
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