This lady thinks that a pair of rubber gloves make a seductive accessory (left) and (right) a swordsman displays his softer side, and an array of weaponry, in an attempt to woo an impressed other half This Russian gentleman (left) hopes that showing how flexible he is in a children's playground will make a potential partner swoon. If he has 500 spam in his mailbox, I would say half or more are from dating sites. I have known that in the past (during his bad behavior times, he has cruised Adult Friend Finder type of sites). My Dear Hubby can see my screen, and he knows that I do not go on even ONE dating site. It's enough to make you both be impressed with antivirus software vendors and want to light your laptop on fire and go offline. Only with an effective spam filter or any action by service providers will it reduce but even then its a constant never ending battle.
The other e-mail account used for my daily life gets hardly any of that spam.
However, since your husband had an issue with it in the past, I'd do some snooping. I have to disagree with those convinced he has to be on dating sites to get the spam. However, in my career I worked at an anti-spam email company for awhile.
If you are cruising the net in an innocent manner, then you wont get those things. I get all kinds of strange spam from f*#kbook, singles, viagra, penis enlargement.... Anyway, I'm all over the internet and have never trolled dating or hook up sites, but still get tons of this stuff.
"Can a person get messages from one of these mobile dating things if someone doesn't sign up/or leave that particular cell number?
I had one from which transfers into a sex website (porn pics, etc.) and I never have been on one of these in my life! I am afraid my boyfriend is lying to me." My first reaction was to ask the reader for more information to clarify her situation.