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Here are some reasons: His email is in plain view on the internet somewhere and has been harvested by a spambot You have spyware on your PCHis email has been bought by a spammer and past onto other spammers.His email is an obvious name and it's random spam i.e [email protected] email is in the address book of a friends email and the friends PC is a zombie PC or has been infested with some virus.the emails in his just show "facebook" but then when you click the link its fuckbook!!im not going to stand for it and this is the last time i give him the benefit of the doubt.I can understand your upset at this but it probably is spam but hopefully your DP will reassure you on it.hi its awfuls isnt it, i hate snooping and checking up its no good for a relationship, he leaves his hotmail acct signed in so its not like he trys to hide anything, ive blocked all the junk emails so no more will come from the email addresses he has already received but i know they will just come from others.
i havent had to post on here for ages but sadly im back, im 10 weeks pg so my hormones are raging and i need some help to get my paranoid insecure head around this!
thanks victoria im really trying to see sence on this...
Hi I have sympathy with you on this as im not sure about something i found in DP's history and am probably going to confront him today!
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