Your first line of defence against unsolicated email, viruses, privacy invasion and identity theft.
Let's face it, the internet is a fantastic medium. It allows instant access to a vast pool of knowledge, it let's us stay in contact with those we care about, it let's us do many things easier and faster.
The problem is, there are people out in the world that are looking to scam you, steal from you, trick you, and in general do whatever they can to take what is yours. These criminals, sadly, also use the internet to work faster and more efficiently. Despite legislation to fight some forms of online evil, analysts predict a full 85% of all digital communication in 2006 was spam, which we at SpamAlert define as unwanted (usually commercial) email.
If you want answers to any of these spam related questions, or if you have any other spam related questions you can find out the answers here. We will cover a wide variety of topics, and most people should find information they are seeking.
Make sure to check our articles and resources. Educate yourself, it is crucial to be informed when it comes to spam. Prevention can save you time, money, and even your identity (yes, some people will even steal who you are, and profit while destroying your credit and reputation).
Thanks to technology there are solutions available. We invite you to look around and see what we can offer you.