Newcomer

FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

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ATTN:  TWC Fraud .... This showed up in my E-mail purporting to come from Time Warner

Jewelry Brands - For You or Your Loved Ones
Styles for Men and Women

Regular Price: $195.95
Your Price Today: $0
Quantity Left: 3

(URL redacted for security)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

©2015 All Rights Reserved.
Data: 75.180.16.221 || 173.245.54.8 || Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/47.0.2526.111 Safari/537.36 || || MjUxNQ== || , 
Open to residents of the united states only. Quantities are limited. Please claim only one reward from the selections after the survey. Small shipping charge may apply to some rewards, electronic rewards never carry a shipping charge. We are compensated by the owners of the products you chose as rewards. Many rewards are trials, please read each reward's terms to ensure you understand the terms and conditions before purchasing. This survey is being conducted by an independent company not associated with Customer. We do not collect your personal information in this questionnaire. Thank you for participating. 

 

 

6 REPLIES
Newcomer

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

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FAKE! 

 

Sent from this source:

 

(URL redacted for security)

Trusted Helper

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

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MrClaud wrote:

FAKE! 

 

Sent from this source:

 

(URL redacted for security)


Please edit the links to prevent accidental clickage!

 

Thanks!

 

Satch

Lead Moderator

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

Thank you for bringing this to our attention and to our customers attention.

 

We ask that you please visit http://security.rr.com/report_spam and report this email.

 

How To Report Spam


Customers who receive unsolicited email in their Road Runner inbox have two options for reporting that mail to Road Runner.

  • If you're using our webmail service offering, simply click on the Report Spam button.
  • If you're using a typical email client (e.g., Thunderbird,Windows Mail, Outlook Express, etc.) you can forward samples as attachments to spamblock@postmaster.rr.com

Note: This request that complaints be forwarded as attachments is new for us as of February 2010.

 


An Important Note Regarding Unsolicited Email Complaints

 

In an effort to provide better service to our customers, we are forwarding some complaints we receive to other ISPs and senders who have signed up for feedback. Your email address will be removed from any complaint we forward; however, since the process of forwarding the complaints is automated, we must ask that you please do not include any personal information (full name, street address, phone number, account information, etc.) in your spam complaints.

Below are instructions on how to forward mail as attachments for some common email client programs.


 

Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail, and Outlook Express:

Method 1

  • Highlight the message in its mailbox. (Alternatively, open it in its own window.)
  • Select Message -> Forward as Attachment from the menu. (In Windows Live Mail, select Actions | Forward as Attachment.)
  • Address the message to spamblock@postmaster.rr.com
  • Click Send

Method 2

  • Start a new message to spamblock@postmaster.rr.com
  • Locate the spam sample in its folder
  • Drag and drop the message onto the email composition window. (You can also highlight multiple messages and drag and drop to attach them all to one message.)
  • Click Send

 

Mozilla Thunderbird:

  • Open the spam you want to forward
  • Select Message -> Forward As -> Attachment from the menu.
  • Address the email to spamblock@postmaster.rr.com
  • Click Send

 

Outlook:

You'll first have to setup Outlook to forward messages as attachments:

  • Select Tools -> Options... from the menu
  • Click on the Preferences Tab
  • Click on E-Mail Options
  • Select "Attach original message" under "When forwarding a message" in the "On replies and forwards" section
  • Click OK
  • Click OK one more time

Now that you're setup to forward messages as attachments, follow these steps to report spam to Road Runner.


 

Mac Mail:

Trusted Helper

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

Additionally,

 

TWC customers, if you get spam like this or spam of any kind, put a check mark next to the message without opening it and send it to your Spam or Junk folder.  When you do this, your email program "learns" what mail is spam, and you won't be getting fake messages anymore.

 

If you have accidentally opened the message, DON'T CLICK ON ANY LINKS OR ATTACHMENTS!  You should still be able to send the message to your Spam or Junk folder.  This also "reports" the message to your email provider.

 

Satch

N/A

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

same scam only mine was a pop-up for a TWC survey. Sad, would like to ge the message out.

Lead Moderator

Re: FAKE TWC Survey: Supposedly from a company called Jewelry Brands. * FRAUD ALERT! *

Please always use caution when filling our Surveys that "Pop Up" on your computer. 

If you have questions about whether a survey request is credible please contact us prior to 

clicking any links.

 

Time Warner Cable does no offer you a prize or compensation for a survey, if you see

a window, advertisement or email, even if it look legitimate, and it claims to offer you some sort of incentive to 

fill something out, this is more than likely not from TWC. 

 

 

 

Regards,
Julia R.
TWC-Social Media Customer Care
Moderator - TWC Community Forums