For several years I have been innundated with many employment spams for H1B visa employees from India. The spams are sent to my personal email account. I never posted anything saying that I am self employed and that I am looking to hire anyone. I don’t have the authority to hire anyone. For years, I have asked many companies to Cease and Desist in sending out the fraudulent emails and never to contact me again. I am always told that it would never happen again and yet, here pops up another email from the same company/individual. Last year I opened my email account and I had received over 75,000 spams from IT recruiting firms for people from India. Didn’t I say that I did not own a company let alone have the hiring authority to do so. After blasting a few of these firms and creating a vacation post just to get the emails to stop a few people revealed that Prohires Powerhouse gave them my information. I emailed Prohires Powerhouse and they apologized for the disaster that they created and that they will never contact me again. First of all, I never contacted this company. Prohires Powerhouse is not a up and up company. What IT firm is operating off of cellphones and no address. It took me several months to delete these emails. Tonight, I go to my email account and now I am back to square one. When I had about 7 pages of emails now I am up to 210+ pages and counting. Complaining to government agencies won’t do any good. Any suggestions?
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