Beware of Fraudulent Emails

Irving, TX, Feb – 04 – 2016: Blue Mail Media, one of the best direct marketing companies based out of Texas requests all customers to beware of emails from people who impersonate employees of the company.

Blue Mail Media warns against a scam which uses the Blue Mail Media brand without authorization, to misguide its allies. Blue Mail Media advises its partners to disregard such false emails. As a responsible company, Blue Mail Media has been constantly updating its partners about latest scam that has been misusing its brand for illegal gains.

It’s our prime responsibility to warn you against email scam from some persons trying to trick you out of your information. These scammers claim to work with Blue Mail Media by using fake names and BMM-signature shamelessly. Please, know-The Blue Mail Media does not operate in this manner. We never enlist third-party services in organizing our activities, and official announcements are presented via the official website and our official social media channels at all times.” warns Robert Duke, Marketing Manager at Blue Mail Media Inc.

You are advised to be extremely careful about unsolicited messages or requests received by email. We offer you tell-tale warning signs to tip you off if you get such an email. Below are some tips provided by the Blue Mail Media to help alert you to fake Emails

Here are the authentic entities Blue Mail Media claims, for any of your query contact Blue Mail Media directly:

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Phone: 1-214-396-5609

Author: Robert Duke
Robert Duke is a Marketing Manager at Blue Mail Media. With over 10 years of experience across B2B Marketing, Lead Generation, and brand marketing, Duke has helped several SMBs and large-scale organizations to elevate their marketing strategies.

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