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SBJEWEL
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I received it too, just forget about it. Contact support? this one made me giggle, what support? Twitter support? :D If you meant Envato then why would you think is Envato business how authors behave outside the marketplaces? You sir are hilarious sometimes. :)

You may reveal the name of the author or may not, it is your choice, but remember that it is not his or her fault. Remember that sometimes even respectable people can have troubles because they clicked a link. :) I had a spam problem with my email once. Shit happens.

Anyway, move on, nothing to see there. :P

Yeah man still thinking what should i do right now… ? what what what… ! :confused:

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SBJEWEL
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spam attack!

Don’t tell… those makes me so sick… :sick:

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OrangeIdea
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Just mail to author. I think he don’t know that his account was hacked

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Stylius
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I received it too, just forget about it. Contact support? this one made me giggle, what support? Twitter support? :D If you meant Envato then why would you think is Envato business how authors behave outside the marketplaces? You sir are hilarious sometimes. :)

You may reveal the name of the author or may not, it is your choice, but remember that it is not his or her fault. Remember that sometimes even respectable people can have troubles because they clicked a link. :) I had a spam problem with my email once. Shit happens.

Anyway, move on, nothing to see there. :P
Yeah man still thinking what should i do right now… ? what what what… ! :confused:

Contact the author and inform him about this, calmly, there is nothing to worry about :) Or if you don’t want to do that then do nothing. Move on, you cannot do anything alse, what can you do? This is not something that support should take care of, it’s spam, if this happens to you then change your passwords and (as Valencians say: au!) But it is not the case so move on!!! :)

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AnarielDesign
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I’ve got also the same message, i just ignore it :)

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jonathan01
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just a note – you should always check it’s

https://twitter.com

not the unprotected URL as mentioned by staff ….

the ’s’ is there for a reason.

Jonathan

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Contact the author and inform him about this, calmly, there is nothing to worry about :) Or if you don’t want to do that then do nothing. Move on, you cannot do anything alse, what can you do? This is not something that support should take care of, it’s spam, if this happens to you then change your passwords and (as Valencians say: au!) But it is not the case so move on!!! :)

Just mail to author. I think he don’t know that his account was hacked

I think you are right… I should inform him about this… BTW … That Author user name is JacobBoodrie Maybe someone know him… :P

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quickandeasy
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@Stylius, it was you who sent it me haha

Edit: No it wasn’t, got muddled up. My bad! :D

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Stylius
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@quickandeasy haha :D

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just a note – you should always check it’s https://twitter.com

not the unprotected URL as mentioned by staff ….

the ’s’ is there for a reason.

Jonathan

Thanks… :) Just search Google about this… The “S” in HTTPS indicates a secure site. etc. etc.

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