The Martels: Episode 4 (Spammed)

While older and younger folks tend to be more vulnerable to the tactics that spammers use, even the most tech-savvy of people are at risk for spam. Protect your family, your friends and yourself against spam - report it when you can and be wary of anything that sounds too good to be true.

Why should you report spam?

Canada's Anti-Spam Legalisation (CASL) has tools to help you report, identify and protect yourself against spam:



Sure I've sent my share of tweets.
But I have say, I prefer the more one-to-one nature of email.
When I'm emailing, time just seems to fly by.
I connect with people from all over the world.
I've even come across some overseas investment opportunities.
When you email someone your credit card information,
do they need that number on the back of the card?
Does this mean those pills I ordered won't do what they say they'll do either?

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