Greensboro, North Carolina
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I have tried unsubscribing from DR OZ SPAM and bulk emails that promote the DR OZ SHOW and other DR OZ products and services. I even went online to the DR OZ SHOW website to ask for help in stopping these emails.

After about two weeks, I am tired of complaining to the Federal Trade Commission and reporting the SPAM and getting no response from the DR OZ SHOW in solving my problem. I never signed up for, nor requested any information, just suddenly started to get DR OZ emails out of the blue in the past month or two.

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Anonymous
#1240214

I have been trying to get those emails shut off as well. What can be done to get some relief? I feel this is undue harassment.

Anonymous
#1225984

I can't believe this so called doctor can still get away with selling snake oil !!¡!! I can't bear to see his face and *** ads, how can I get rid of dr oz *** on my computer.

It's easier to get rid of cancer than lose this guy, how can he still be allowed on t.v. And don't get me started on Oprah her useless advise.

Anonymous
#1070780

I also am continuing to receive unwanted emails from Dr. Oz although I mark to please unsubscribe. I am sick of it and would not purchase any of his products regardless.

Anonymous
#1020869

There is that Dr Oz again. Why isn't anyone doing anything about them.

Now getting 30 a week emails from them and each time after blocking them, they change their sending address so they can send again. This is spam to the 10th degree.

They do not get it. I do not want them and they keep coming.

Anonymous
#956153

I am also getting these emails out of the blue. It seriously *** me off.

There is NO unsubscribe option. If i wanted to read Dr Oz stuff, I know how to go there myself.

Anonymous
#951206

Is there a way to unsubscribe

Anonymous
#893287

Dr Oz spam is relentless! Almost worst than the DMV and no way to make it stop.

Anonymous
#883199

dr oz and his team are one of big spammer groups. they are sapmming worldwide thru the so-called companies of "informations systems" and "databank, inc." their allocation network system is ARIN.

and that ARIN has a big (probably illegal) aggreement with dr oz . their ceo (of ARIN) rejects to stop spamming.

Anonymous
#858790

These emails make me so unprofessionally upset that I just want to spin around and punch something. I can't get these dumb emails to stop.

I have already unsubscribed 5 times. People like Dr Oz should be sued.

Laws were set in place to stop spammers and nothing is done about it. Frankly, I don't have time to become an expert in email spam legalities.

Anonymous
#1082439
@bry

He, Dr. Oz is not sending the emails. It is rip off companies using his name without his permission and he is tracking many down and suing them.

Anonymous
#789139

Most of the emails come from someone else's email that has or had you in their address book. The Malware they accidentally downloaded steals their email address book names and addresses and then bombs people with scam emails.

I got one today from a person who is dead and has been dead for over a year but the scammers still have that persons email address book that they stole from them with my address in it and they keep sending the junk out hoping to score data.

data like credit card information.

Most of the time you will see an email from someone you know or knew with the subject line that has nothing in it but "Re:".

You open it up thinking it is from a friend and it is a link to the Dr. Oz site. Which is a scam site and not Dr. Oz at all it simply has a video of the doctor Oz show on it.

Some people think highly of Dr. Oz so they assume the link is legitimate.

The thing is when you click on this site if you choose to there is all kinds of Malware and scams being perpetrated within the site under the advertisements. What they are trying to do is steal your information by using a scam site purported to be from Dr. Oz.

These ads require payment in some form to buy what ever they are scamming you to buy they get your credit card or PayPal information or what ever method you use to pay for what ever you saw in the ad and then wipe out your accounts and sell your credit card information on the internet.

They are not trying to promote Doctor Oz or his show they are simply trying to fool people using his name in to thinking the site and the advertisements on the site are legitimate when they are not. Most people do not think twice if they get an email from a friend with a link to something and they will think the friend sent it so they click on the link and it's all down hill after that.

Anonymous
#789152
@Nospamsam

That reminds me !! I was ripped off for$80 by one such site.

The CAMBOGIA THAT WAS A GIFT FROM PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE.

THE SALES STAFF FOR THE CAMBOGIA "FREE"? SITE IS HORRIBLE."CODY" WAS RUDE AND USELESS..HOW DO THESE PEOPLE SLEEP

Anonymous
#782598

Sheesh - doesn't anyone read the comments here? If you watch the Dr.

Oz show, at the end of every show, he states he never sells ANYTHING online or sends people e-mails, and if you get something that says it's from him, to send to a special spam e-mail address he's set up. You can find it on his website.

C'mon folks - wise up - this junk mail is NOT from Dr. Oz!

Go here to report it: http://www.doctoroz.com/oz-watch

Anonymous
#754560

I mean really, use your brain for once.

Spammers use all kind of ways to look like a legit e-mail.

You can easily check the e-mail address behind the name and mostly it are *** e-mail addresses.

Unsubscribing only proofs your existence to the spammers and you will get even more spam!

Only thing you can do is make a rule/filter in your e-mail that deletes incoming e-mail with DrOz in the subject title.

Anonymous
#764008
@Mike

BRILLIANT

Anonymous
#732783

I'm now getting these. All I can say is whomever is sending these out to people is hurting his reputation.

Anonymous
#728894

I WANT DR. OZ TO STOP SENDING ME HIS *** SPAM EMAILS ABOUT WEIGHT LOSS.

Anonymous
#724942

me tooooo this is *** and i am not happy

Anonymous
#717204

DR OZ Completely DESTROYS HIS BRAND NAME and Credibility with his massive spamming - and refusal to control the Spamming of others with his failure..

Anonymous
#703502

Our advise: These are all spam email. Dr Oz , newyork health etc., etc., All from Russia or some hackers and spammers. Never ever click on them to unsubscribe. You're only confirming that you're reading it. They will send you then more spam. It's better not even to read them on preview pane (outlook) because some of them might have custom image links , where once you view the email, it will tell the sender it's being read and it's a valid email address. There's no way to stop this. FTC or anyone else cannot do anything.

It's practically impossible to block them, because each time it comes from a different fake email address (although the display name looks the same). So you may be able to block it once, but not the next time. It's simply not practical to keep doing this every day.

Outlook has a special option in rules, where you can block emails by display names in email addresses instead of email address themselves. A much better way than blocking email addresses.