How exactly is FanBox 'spamming you'? The official FanBox messages are only posted to members, who have to have been invited to the site by n existing member. Members can select if they want to be contacted by email or not - the only emails I get from them are the ones confirming my cash out payments.
FanBox is not spamming! I think they are notifying you about the situation of your account!
FanBox is not spamming anyone, and never was!
If you are receiving emails that telling you about how much you have earned so far, then that because you were invited by a friend of you to join FanBox, then you start earning by the help of FanBox.
That's odd, some people worry that they don't get enough email from FanBox. I've never known of FanBox to spam others, but if you've decided not to receive email from FanBox anymore, just choose that option in the email they sent you.
If SPAM stands for SPECIAL PERSONAL ACCOUNT MESSAGE, then I think it's spam! haha If you wish to not receive messages, then simply UNSUBSCRIBE! It's that simple, really!
FanBox only sends emails to registered accounts that have opted-in to receive emails. You can easily unsubscribe from FanBox emails by clicking on the unsubscribe link on the bottom of any email from FanBox. You may also contact FanBox Customer Support at email@example.com and expect a response within 48 hours.
FanBox is not spamming me, they send the information I asked for.
If you don´t want to receive more mails from them it is very easy to unsubscribe.
FanBox never do spamming others without any permission and you could "subscribe" or "unsubscribe " any email you received into your inbox or spam box. It is simple and you can do it as long as you won't received any message from FanBox.
FanBox is not spamming anyone, and never was! FanBox is a social networking website where people may earn money by blogging, posting photos and videos, creating advertisements, and selling goods and services. If you not like this, If you don´t want to receive more mails from them , it is very easy to unsubscribe.
by jackofspade 7 years ago
Why some Hubber are just spamming question ?I've noticed that some hubber I follow are constantly spaming questions, some relevant other irrelevant ? Why are they doing that ? To rank better for keyword search ?
by abeliever 9 years ago
How does someone else set up an account with my email address without my confirmation?I have no record in gmail of ever receiving mail from HubPages until today, when I received notification that my account was going to be moved.Just to check, I reset the password and accessed "my"...
by rob_allen 8 years ago
Why Spam is called a Spam?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 8 years ago
How many hubs should one share at the most for it not to appear as spamming to one's followers?Do you sahare hubs everyday? How many hubs do you share on a daily basis?
by archdaw 11 years ago
by Andria 11 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
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