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I got a new Wow Computer and it is great but has gotten a

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I got a new Wow Computer and it is great but has gotten a problem from the old computer. I was glad that information was passed on, but I once agreed on the old one to accept a number of sites which were supposed to make me rich with various earnings, drawings, etc.Well, that didn't happen, but when the old PC broke down it still accepted these, and they were all transferred to the new one. I began deleting them, but news ones seemed to be coming in as fast, and it would only delete one or two at a time, and the messages seemed to have been piling up from what the old one had collected. I'm 82 yrs old and forget a lot. I talked to somebody from Wow and I guess didn't understand it all. They had managed to delete the new e-mail address and go back to the old one which I hoped. I hope some reply will help me. My phone is(###) ###-#### ***** I don't hear too well and it is on the other side of the house.I hope there's some way you can delete those messages I was getting daily, but I hope I can keep the old e-mail address which somebody in you outfit was able to switch me back to. Bless you for anything you can do to help an old man! Jon A. Whitfield
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Jason Jones replied 1 year ago.


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