I am responding to your question in the strictest way. No, it usually does no good to report spam in fact it usually does more harm. An exception to that is your ISP; Hotmail for example asks you to identify a unknown writer as junk or good. That is a good idea might not help on the amount of mail you get but will automatically sort your mail. I don't meant to insinuate that the ISP's aren't doing something about spam as they are but there is only so much they can do. But if you get mail asking if you want to have your name removed do not respond. Some of the major companies will remove your name but you cannot be sure what you are dealing with. Many companies send out emails and when you respond to buy they win; if you don't buy but ask then to remove your name they win they know that address is good. many times when you write a company they capture your information. Another favorite tricks is a group mailing say a joke they pick up all the names and add them to their rosters. I have two addresses one at Hotmail for free , when I order something, send out a joke, misc; the other is at my ISP and it is personal emails (friends & family). God Bless You and the Southern People.
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