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Q: Do you often receive emails from the House to confirm your email address?

... like me? 

 

I have to confirm my email address every 10-days or so.

 

I want to know, if you also often recieve confirm-email calls?

 

 

I guess, once you lose your email address given to the website long years ago, I would also lose my handle ... and posting, I mean 'copy&pasta' priviliges ... 

 

I would also forgo all of my '77-RRs' ... (Redeem Raincoats) ... laugh

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Since I joined I don't remember ever being asked to.

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Since I joined I don't remember ever being asked to.

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I can't c&p this at comment  ... It looks like this:

 

Dear icnif,

This is a system-generated email with regard to your account at eChinacities.com. For enhanced security, you need to verify your email address "me@gmail.com". Please click on the link below to verify your email.

http://profile.echinacities.com/reg_back?U=eyJlbWFpbCI6ImljbmlmNjlAZ21ha...

Note: This link will be functional for 72 hours.
After you verify your email address, you will receive a One-Time Password that will secure your user account from any unauthorized access.

Please contact us at cs@echinacities.com or (+0086)-10-68118948 ext. 803 if you have any question.

Kind regards,

eChinacities team

 

I also received PM last week from new handle and Q: "Are you in Beijing?" and my honest reply: "I am in my bed." followed ... he he.

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i just keep getting spammed - so i have blocked ECC and reported them

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Just reading this again... are you getting the message via the ECC PMs or are they emailing you?

 

Because if they emailed me I wouldn't know, I got locked out of the email address I used for most of my China stuff about a year ago - the password just stopped working - and I haven't used it since then.

 

I haven't had any PMs from ECC though.

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