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Reporting abuse

Recently I have been getting e-mails purporting to be from Cox claiming I need to respond with my e-mail address, password and birthdate or my service will be disconnected in the next few days.  I know this is Pfishing so I will not respond, but would Cox be interested in seeing it to possibly find the source?  Dave Nielsen

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  • ChrisL's avatar
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    You can forward messages such as these as attachments to for immediate processing. Sending them as attachments allows our abuse process to see the original message with full headers which is necessary to take action.

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