Started by colincruz, November 11, 2018, 09:17:07 PM
Quote from: colincruz on November 11, 2018, 09:17:07 PMI'm baffled. We are a group of American radio stations that have been streaming for 11 years...and probably a dozen times, we have gotten random emails...almost always from eastern Europe...asking for free souvenirs of our radio station(s). It's always a really generic email that does not indicate any true loyalty to our radio stations. What is it about certain eastern Europeans wanting...and thinking they should get...free souvenirs from American radio stations? I am suspicious. Do I smell fraud? There was no link in today's email, so it wasn't a phishing attempt. And no, we have never sent anything to them at our cost. We have asked this question of the person inquiring before, and they have never answered the question. What are your thoughts? Have your radio stations experienced this?
Quote from: Music Box on November 14, 2018, 11:23:33 PMAs I understand you, I remember when back in 1979 my uncle who worked in Belgium gave me an amazing gift: the stickers of Radio Luxembourg signed by Benny Brown, I seemed to have touched the sky with a finger of happiness.
Quote from: stevewa on November 20, 2018, 08:18:52 PMidentity theft. they can use your stickers to pretend they are salespeople for your radio station, and sell advertising contracts, collect the money, and then never deliver the advertisements.