E-Mail Hoaxes, Chain Letters, and Spam

[Zap!] Updated: Jun 11, 2002

Before you forward any chain letter, virus alert, or other message that urges you to "forward it to everyone you know," check its authenticity at one of these sites:

To complain about spam, go to these sites: To complain about e-mail-based scams within the U.S., go to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Web site at www.ftc.gov, or forward the messages to uce@ftc.gov.

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