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Hello Marie,

I think this comes down to one of the other things that @Ted @ Crowdstack had warned you to look out for, you have another account configured to receive notifications. Notice the display name in the email snippet you sent us: "Hello, Marie St.Hilaire:". That is not "Marie" the account you are currently using, but "Marie St.Hilaire":

https://hey.crowdstack.com/member/marie.sthilaire

I'm not going to divulge the email address for that user, but I have confirmed that account is still configured to receive a lot of different notification types from this site.

@LanceOwners, if you could provide some more detail about the notifications you are receiving that you do not believe you should be that would be a tremendous help. Thanks!

Jonmark

Jonmark @ Crowdstack

Oooooooooohhhhh! That was it! I had no idea I had completely forgotten that I had set up an account under that email address. When Ted told me to check that before, I must have checked one of the notifications from this thread, which were sent to this account's address, rather than the ones sent to the other address. I just went in and unchecked everything under the other account. Thank you!

Marie

 I am signed up to receive notifications, which is fine, but recently I've noticed a number of spam topics from people selling stuff or posting on topics wholly unrelated to crowdstack support. One this noon about masks and a real estate company in Las Vegas, for instance.

or "in need of sugar baby (Scott Joel, 7/7)

or "Ten Reasons Why Las Vegas is the Best City" (paul1208, 6/28)

or "ReisebΓΌros: 5 GrΓΌnde, ihre Dienste in Anspruch zu nehmen" (jakobswetour, 6/20)

or "Employee Training Software" (Ezzely Inc, 6/10)

and more. How do these cuckoos get access to post? Is there any consequence?

Paul Heymont

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