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Odd G-t-G email ?


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batpark

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I am puzzled by a Geeks to Go email just received --- a seemingly normal notice that someone had responded to a question I posted yesterday. When I went to the referenced location I saw my original post but no response. Returning to the emailed notice I see what appears to be an  ad for a PC repair service. See below. Am I misreading the email? Is callpccare really offering free G-t-G help? Why doesn't the response appear on the site where others can see it? Does G-t-G now accept commercial ads?

 

Thanks. ..... batpark

 

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batpark,

callpccare has just posted a reply to a topic that you have subscribed to titled "Yahoo mail questions".

The topic can be found here: http://www.geekstogo...view=getnewpost

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dsenette

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looks like a spam account replied to your topic....the ad content in their post was sent to you as it was the content of the post they made. the user has been banned as a spammer (which deletes their posts) which is why when you go to the topic there's no reply


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