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If Verizon still owns AOL, it's a huge blemish on their otherwise great (for me) service as a cell service provider. This is an example of the type of address that is clogging my spam box (sometime times as many as 40 in one day). With that many, it's time consuming to find valid emails that were erroneously sent to spam. Since AOL continues to say they are keeping current with technology, an 8 year old kid in they're bedroom could find a way to keep them from getting sent in the first place.If you're going to sell ads and make money from our aggravation, at least do it above board by having the advertiser use their true identity. I have been a paying member since the early 90's.