Please tell me how do I now if an email is really from OATH or is phishing
How do I now if an email is really from OATH of is spam/ Fraudulent
You can easily identify if an email originates from AOL/Oath. Check these articles for tips: https://help.aol.com/articles/what-is-aol-certified-mail / https://help.aol.com/articles/what-is-official-aol-mail
Trina Hodges commented
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SYLVESTER KELLEY commented
Dear Verizon Mail User,
Starting from FEBRUARY 1st 2022, the Classic version of Verizon Mail Will be replace by our new version
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Jack Robertson commented
AOL Alerts from ****@aol.com concerning using new terms of service with a click here instruction is troubling. How do I know it's an authentic email. I am concerned about the safety to make one
click with out more explanation. Please let me know if the email
was sent by AOL. Thank you
JOHN PARITTE commented
I KEEP GETTING EMAILS FROM AOL THAT MY EMAIL SERVICE IS GOING TO BE CANCELLED. WHY????
DOUGLAS BRO commented
Is this a scam? I keep getting emails claiming to be from AoL that I need to update my account. The latest is a final notice or my account will be closed on October 16. Please reply. Thanks,
Rush Kester commented
Is aol.net legit or someone trying to trick AOL users?
Keep getting notices are these for real or not????????
Thomas Mayes commented
Stop cancellation threats
Getting emails claiming to be aol and saying my account will be closed in one hour?...what is happening
Some spammers are able to imitate a known business with an actual email address that is random letters and numbers yet the sender looks like say, NETFLIX. The only way to discern this is to hover over the "NETFLIX" to see the actual sender. AOL should be able to detect and send all of these emails with NO GOOD PURPOSE to authorities that can take the appropriate action and keep them out of people's inboxes.
I keep getting messages that my account is going to be deactivated!! Is this spam?
Gina Buchanan commented
I have gotten two of these myself in the past few days. I did not request to terminate my account.
Sandy Jackson commented
Does AOL send an email stating that I requested my account to be deleted? If I didn't, reply on a link? Pretty sure that is spam.
Jeff B. commented
Why would i get an email from AOL saying that I requested to cancel my account when I never did such a thing - did i push some errant button or something?? Plus i reply to the message saying "dont cancel" gets sent back to me not received??
2nd time I got message from AOL, did I really want to terminate my account, No.
I am getting email claiming its from AOL and all of my email will be deleted if i don't click on their link. I know it must be spam. Please shut these guys down. I saved the email if you want to see it.
I did NOT post a cancellation order for my Verizon.net /aol e-mail account.
Been receiving an on-going email claiming I had requested to delete my email account - what's with that!
I received a comment that I had requested to terminate my AOL account. It seems bogus. I never requested it. I have no desire to leave AOL. So can someone make sure that I am not cancelled and that the message is only a fear tactic by someone.
DAVID ROWINSKI commented
I have received a few email in my Spam folder about deactivating my account. Looks like my account is still active. The recent From emails are:
Aol! Mail <admin@****.euthis.com>
Aol! Mail <ksrld@****.reorgio.com>
Can you stop them?