And if you have such a site already, you may already be having the problem.Spam Users can affect your site in three ways: By preventing spammers from registering, you can ensure that your site stays clean.
First thing is they probably don't have your E-Mail address anyway.
The only thing I have seen before is a note on the door or in the mailbox that you take to the post office, UPS, or Fed Ex for pickup if they could not leave the package at your home.
Most effective way to do this is using a captcha plugin.
Here are some plugins that integrate well with registration/login form.
Expecting packages shipped to your home this holiday season? You can also find information regarding any updates, etc., at JAVA's website. It's not safe anywhere anymore, online or offline.
We’ve learned of a phony “delivery failure notification” email making the rounds. And if you download the attachment or click on a link, you’re likely to end up with a virus or malware on your device. If you hover over the link in the email, it won’t show the official website of the supposed sender — in this case, the U. And if you have questions about a delivery by the U. If you use JAVA constantly, as I do, you will find that udates are usually downloaded and you make the decision as to if you want the update. Thank you so much for the alerts, especially during the holiday when we are using debit and credit cards.
But, it says, if you print the attached form and take it to your local post office, you can pick up your package and avoid penalties.
I encouraged all my Facebook friends to check out this site and read the alerts! I don't believe any delivery service will just up and E-Mail you for a package.