$500 via Verizon e-gift card (sent w/in 8 wks). Activation of 4G LTE/5G phone on 5G Get More plan req’d. Device must remain active for 45 days. $500 charge back if service cancelled w/in 12 mos or eligibility req’s are no longer met. See vzw.com/bring-your-own-device for details.
People wh do mass mailings for legitimate reasons are often mistaken for spammers. You will have to ask them to whitelist you. IF you are not a "business" user you may also hit limits that are set on residential accounts.
The Verizon Online Anti-Spam Policy strictly prohibits the use of the Verizon network to send or facilitate spam. Verizon takes preventive measures to reduce the amount of unsolicited email our customers receive and discourage spammers from using our network for spam-related activities. One such measure involves scanning incoming and outgoing email messages. The FAQs below provide information about how and why Verizon uses this technique to reduce spam.
Why does Verizon scan Email messages? Scanning effectively reduces the amount of inbound spam our customers receive and limits the number of unsolicited messages that may otherwise originate from the Verizon network.
Scanning of both outbound and inbound email is an accepted industry practice that helps reduce overall spam on the Internet and the likelihood that messages sent from the Verizon.net domain will be blocked by other Internet Service Providers.
How does scanning work? Scanning is an automated filtering process that compares the digital signatures of inbound and outbound email messages against the digital signatures of known spam messages. When a match is found, our filters block the message from being delivered to the intended recipient(s). Other than an automated scan against the spam signatures, the scanning process does not involve reading or accessing the content of any inbound or outbound email messages.
Will Verizon notify me if an email I’ve sent is identified as spam? Yes. If you send an email that matches the digital signature of a known spam message, Verizon will block the message from being delivered and send you the following notice:
What should I do if I receive such a notice from Verizon? If you believe we erred in identifying one of your outgoing emails as spam, you can send the original message to us at email@example.com. (Please be sure that the above email address is the sole recipient. Do not add other recipients in the "To", "CC" or "BCC" fields, or we will not receive your message. Do not alter the original message by adding or removing comments, text, or attachments.) Within an hour of receiving your report, we will reevaluate the digital signature and, if the message is believed to be legitimate, adjust our spam filters as appropriate. Please note that Verizon won’t notify you about the outcome of our review. Rather, you should try resending the message 30 – 60 minutes after submitting your report to Verizon.
Does Verizon restrict the number of emails I can send? Yes. Please see Verizon’s Email Policy for information about limitations on sending email from Verizon.net accounts.
Can I opt out of email scanning? No. Verizon scans the digital signatures of all inbound and outbound email messages to reduce the overall volume of spam on our network
What else can I do to protect my email account from spammers? Always maintain your computer with the latest anti-virus software. Check your Verizon account periodically for any unauthorized sub-accounts, by logging into My Verizon, click on “Account”, then “Account Overview”. Scroll to the “Internet” section, and click on “Manage Sub-accounts”. If you don't recognize a sub-account that is listed, immediately delete it, and change your account and portal password and account secret question.
To change your account password and secret question, from the “Internet” section listed above, click “Change Internet Password".
To change your portal password and secret question, click the “Account Profile” button above your account number, and click “Edit” below both “Change Password” and “Change Secret Question”.
this is industry standard ohhh it's verizon's industry standard hahahahahaha,i guess verizon knows all it's customers contact list lol
How many years has verizon been trying to control inbound and outbound traffic?laughing the bottom line is the spammers are real smart.for example all a spammer has to do is change the domain and verizon has a new issue
what i don't get is in verizon web mail (worthless)how can a spammer end up in your inbox you right click choose reply to sender and you get the spam faq.poor verizon got a bullseye on there forehead laughing.