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Old 05-07-2015, 01:25 PM   #1
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Has anyone heard about a company called CraftDirect? I was wondering because in the past couple of days I've been getting e-mails from them. I have no clue as to why because I have never heard of them. There are to many scams going around these days, so I figured that I would post this in the forum.


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Old 05-07-2015, 01:49 PM   #2
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There is a store called craftsdirect in MN... but there is an S after craft.
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Never heard of them but a quick Google tells me they have both a web site (which looks big and professionally produced) and a Facebook page with plenty of likes so I think it's unlikely you're getting out-and-out scam messages. How they got your e-mail address is another matter but there are lots of ways that could have happened.

If the messages bother you, look for an "unsubscribe" link (usually at the end of the message) or contact them and ask them to remove you from their mailing list. If a message is obviously spam I wouldn't advise this (it just confirms the message is being delivered to a live address) but this looks like a legit company so they should act on your request.
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