Stop thanking us for reporting phishing scams every time we report 1. After being told that reporting phishing scams helps once, we get it.
Stop thanking us for reporting phishing scams every time we report one. After being told that reporting phishing scams is helpful the first time, we get it. Needing to close that pop up every single time is I report a phishing scam is highly annoying.
Suggest NOT "reporting as phishing." Soon after, SPAM emails increase from 2-3 to 20-30.
Melissa Kenny commented
I report the same message as a phishing message every couple of weeks but I still keep getting it. Is there any point to reporting them if you aren't going to do anything about them?
Ro Atkinson commented
The whole process should be streamlined. Currently if I see an obvious phishing email about my apple account being "lokced", if I want to report that, I need to actually open the email, then go to the spam section, click to report phishing, confirm I want to report phishing, and then be thanked for reporting the phishing. I could have just clicked on the email itself that it was phishing, and all this could be avoided. It is easier to just delete. So anyone reporting phishing is basically being given extra homework. We are penalised for trying to make the web a safer place. That is not how one makes the web a safer place.
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please take note and investigate the user of the above email has been conducting scam sales and cheating for money via web-stores BUYFORBEST UK LONDON and more .
Yes, please add a do not show again checkbox to the alert.
Richard Naud commented
Been reporting phishing on a daily basis for over 2 years now, and yet, on a daily basis I still see the exact same senders domains when looking at the emails headers, and phising websites links in the messages bodies.
Microsoft are doing abolutely nothing with the reported emails. Nothing.
Constantly reporting the same messages as "phishing" does not seem to have any impact on reducing them. Why bother to report them?
especially since it doesn't seem to actually make a difference. I still get many phishing scams weekly.
YES Please stop placing e-mails marked as Phishing Scam into our deleted folder. Blocking those senders would be much more productive. Thanks a lot and love your e-mail service
Roberto Sakoda commented
Aparece muitos e mail recebido de quem enviou com próprio nome do destinatário, phishing e golpe com frequencia, hotmail ou outlook teria que acabar com isso urgente porque o usuário perdeu total confiança do e mail da microsoft.
M.A. Hunter commented
But it doesn't. I still keep getting the same garbage from the same ones I marked, reported, blocked.
Michael Eaton commented
In the beta we can only report phishing scams from the junk folder, we need to to it directly from the inbox.
I report phishing scams and the same e-mails constantly repeat themselves. Getting a result is like waiting for paint to blister in the moonlight. NEVER going to happen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Will Lockwood commented
Can one report a phishing scam? I just searched for this option and didn't find it in the beta.
I realize this is unrelated to the topic in hand (sorry), but the general Outlook help contact refused to forward a message, and I know these comments at least require administrative approval:
Can whoever is in charge of approving posts to this board please go through the backlog? For the past 6 days this post has been the newest up here. I know there must be hundreds of good suggestions in the pipeline. I'm checking frequently as I'm invested in seeing my professional and personal email display be up to scratch and customizable.
Please start approving posts to the board.