Unwarranted categorizing of my use of computer email list

Old desktop / PC
May 13, 2014 at 13:48:24
Specs: Windows XP, 2.5 GB
Periodically, I forward an organizational email to my list of members of a nonprofit that I run. I DO NOT appreciate Charter forcing me to spend money--always several hundred dollars--with computer companies that tell me I need to "clean up my system." This XP desktop isn't worth spending hundreds of dollars on anymore--I only expect to use it intermittently for our nonprofit contact list. So STOP giving me "SPAM" messages--damn it, I should be able to send what email I need to send w/o Charter oversight of my content.

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#1
May 13, 2014 at 14:21:56
Who are Charter, and why are you posting your rant on this forum? Talk to the people that you have a grievance with.

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#2
May 13, 2014 at 14:40:58
Did you choose this website at random or have you posted this rant all over the internet? When you have an issue with a company (Charter?) you should take it up with the right people. We do not spam anybody.

Just for info this website gives free help with computer issues (volunteers who do it in their own spare time). It is possible that you are getting this junk due to some sort of "nasty" on your computer. In which case, by chance, we might be able to help you fix it if you cut the attitude and provide the details.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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#3
May 13, 2014 at 15:47:20
There are assorted utilities you may like to consider running, in order to remove (the more than likely) junkware etc. you have acquired. That junkware etc. may well be the cause of your problems... Surprising just how much junkware, malware, pestware etc. one can acquire, albeit quite innocently and unknowingly, at times...

This looks like the outfit you seem to being plagued by?

http://www.myaccount.charter.com/cu...

Likely you have picked up something that promotes them on your system; or someone has flogged your email address etc. to them. You may even have unintentionally installed something from them...

Whatever - I'd seriously seek to clear out "all" nasties, junkware, malware etc. using some of the assorted (and safe to use) utilities we can recommend here.

So, if you want the pholks here to assist further - then post back and perhaps without all the angst? I can appreciate your irritation etc. - but this site (Computing.net) isn't responsible for your problems...


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#4
May 13, 2014 at 15:55:40
.... and any software we suggest to clean junk out of your system has been regularly tried and tested on this forum. Regular helpers on here almost always use free software and do not suggest anything which is unsafe.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#5
May 13, 2014 at 22:13:06
We'll get that fixed right away. Don't fret none.

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