Keep Getting Invitations to Join USCCA

Why do I keep getting emailed sales pitches to join the USCCA when I am already a member? Is there a way to stop it/turn it off?

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Welcome to the Community, @Patrick1! I’m so sorry you’re getting those emails. Do you possibly have multiple email addresses you use? Or is the email address associated with your USCCA membership your only email address?

If you would be so kind as to send me one of the promotional emails you’re receiving at dawn@uscca.community I’ll be happy to dig in this for you and get it squared away ASAP!

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I receive them also I’m a Platinum member, just delete them takes a very short time compared with making a thing over it. I’m betting you and I aren’t the only members who get email each day. Life is to short for me to complain about something so inconsequential as a missent email

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Let me know if you have two email addresses, @Robert8! We do get messages from people almost daily who have used multiple email addresses when they request information from the USCCA.

The email address you use when you signed up for the USCCA will get your member emails and then the other email address would get non-member email addresses as it’s not associated with a USCCA Account.

Please PM me and I’ll be glad to get that squared away for you!

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Sorry @Dawn this is a very old post and everything is ok now. All is well with the email situation.

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I really don’t know how this got flagged

Dawn. Thanks for fixing this problem back in May.

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Robert. Dawn at the USCCA fixed the unwanted emails problems back in May. You obviously don’t get the same amount of daily SPAM, SCAM, junk mail and phishing emails that I do. And don’t even mention the amount of scam phone calls I get on my work and personal phones. I block the scam phone calls on my phones and block the SPAM emails, but the spammers just change their email address causing them to get through. Just deleting them is not an option for me.
Unwanted emails are such a huge problem that specialized software has been created to filter and block them. I have the “block sender” feature activated in my Microsoft Outlook for spammers, but I did not wish to block emails from the USCCA.

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@Patrick1 Patrick, well I don’t get anything anymore ever. My cellphone carrier is Verizon and they have this cool new app called Verizon on “Call Filter”and I don’t receive any calls anymore unless of course I know who it is. My email same thing. Whoever your carrier is I’m sure they have something nearly identical.
My house phone is Comcast/Xfinity and they also block every garbage call for me. I really feel for you Patrick. Well I’m retired four years now, my wife works, I go with her a lot to help her at the laboratory on her projects. She’s a Biological Anthologist and it’s such cool stuff I’m no PhD like her but neither of us get bogus calls anymore.
I understand what exactly you’re saying and it’s been a very long time since I wrote that so I hope it’s better for you Patrick
Sincerely,
Bob Murphy

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Click unsubscribe in the email. Then there are like 5 lists to choose from. I’m only subscribed to 2 or 3 of them.