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 You can put a stop to unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam, by forwarding it to   the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC will investigate the e-mails for possible law enforcement action. For an explanation of the top fraudulent spam, see this FTC statement. Forward any spam you receive to uce@ftc.gov.
                              
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 You can put a stop to unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam, by forwarding it to   the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC will investigate the e-mails for possible law enforcement action. For an explanation of the top fraudulent spam, see this FTC statement. Forward any spam you receive to uce@ftc.gov.
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 You can put a stop to unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam, by forwarding it to   the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC will investigate the e-mails for possible law enforcement action. For an explanation of the top fraudulent spam, see this FTC statement. Forward any spam you receive to uce@ftc.gov.
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You can put a stop to unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam, by forwarding it to   the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC will investigate the e-mails for possible law enforcement action. For an explanation of the top fraudulent spam, see this FTC statement. Forward any spam you receive to uce@ftc.gov.
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