Can I Unsubscribe From Match.com Emails?
Bothered by Match.com spam mails? If you are a user of one of the oldest dating platforms out there, you already know how nasty they can be with their email spam.
As a non-paying subscriber, you can't view messages from your matches, but the website will make sure to let you know whenever you get one. And to encourage you to pay to check out the message.
The company even came under fire and is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for connecting non-paying subscribers to fake accounts to get them to subscribe for a paid membership.
Whatever your case is, we can help you get rid of spam messages from Match.com quickly.
DoNotPay Helps You Unsubscribe From Match Emails
DoNotPay will unsubscribe you from any spam email, including those coming from Match.com. There is also an additional perk—if there is a class-action lawsuit against Match.com, you will get a chance to participate in it.
Here is how to stop receiving emails from the Match platform:
- Access DoNotPay from your web browser
- Click on the Spam Collector feature
- Connect your email address with DoNotPay
- Forward the next Match.com email you get to email@example.com
DoNotPay will block the company from sending you additional emails.
To check if there is an active class action, look for the flag in the Spam Collector tab on your DoNotPay dashboard.
Alternative Ways To Stop Match.com Spam Emails
There are plenty of ways to stop spam emails from Match.com.
Some of the alternatives you can try are:
- Turning off email notifications in your account settings
- Unsubscribing directly from the email
- Blocking Match.com using your email inbox
- Reporting spam or phishing to your email provider
Using Your Account Settings To Stop Emails From Match.com
You can set your email preferences by accessing your Account settings on the Match platform.
Here is how to do it:
- Go to the Match website
- Click on the Already a member link
- Log in to your account
- Click on Gear at the top
- Find the Email Preferences tab and click on it
- Update the frequency and the content of emails
- Click on the Update button to confirm
This method will work only if you have a Match.com account. If you are being spammed but have never registered for the service, keep reading to find out how to deal with these spam emails.
How To Unsubscribe From Match Emails in the Email Itself
This is a simpler method to unsubscribe from any email, but also potentially a dangerous one.
- Why simpler? You can click on the link in the email itself without any additional effort
- Why dangerous? You should not click on any links in suspicious emails. Unsubscribe email scams are a trend among fraudsters and will steal your data if you fall for the trick
In case you are sure that the email is from Match.com and not a scammer, you can click on the Unsubscribe button at the bottom of the email.
This process should remove you from the Match.com email list, but it could take a few days for all promotional emails to stop. This method will also work in case you are not a subscriber but are still getting emails.
Blocking Match.com Spam Emails From Your Email Inbox
Whether you are a registered user or Match.com decided to randomly spam you, if you don't want these emails, you can block the sender's email address permanently.
Here is a rundown on how to block junk and spam emails with different email service and internet providers:
You can get rid of the Match.com email by opening it, clicking on the three dots in the top right corner, and choosing the Block option.
If you use Outlook, select the Match.com message and then tap the Home tab. Find the Junk Mail option and click on Block Sender
Hotmail users need to access their More mail settings by clicking on the Gear icon in their Inbox. From there, select Blocked senders from the Safe and blocked senders section. Add Match.com email to the list
Yahoo Mail users need to access their settings to add an email to the block list. After clicking on the Cog icon and finding the Security and Privacy section, Match.com can be added to the Blocked addresses
With AOL, there are several options. Users can either mark an email as spam in their account or block a specific email address on their iPhone by accessing the Spam Controls in the Account Settings
Reporting Match.com Spam or Phishing Attempts
Reporting spam emails is essential. You are not only helping yourself by filtering out spam, but you are helping your email service provider to recognize the pattern of spam messages and block them automatically in the feature.
Phishing attempts are more serious. Unlike spam emails, phishing is always dangerous. These emails contain malicious links, which will lead you to disclose private data.
Match.com was accused of scamming people into subscribing, but since they are a legitimate company, emails coming from them are not phishing. They will not lead you to a bogus website, nudging you into leaving credit card details or your Social Security number.
DoNotPay can help you stop phishing emails in general and report phishing attempts to:
You can also check what the best ways to report email abuse to different providers are.
Get Rid of Physical Spam With DoNotPay
We live in the digital era, but spammers still manage to attack your physical mailbox. Put an end to it with our new DoNotMail feature.
Here is how:
- Take a photo of spam mail
- Access DoNotPay from your web browser
- Tap DoNotMail
- Follow the prompts to block the sender
In case there is a class action against the sender, we will let you know, and you can join it.
Dive Into the Amazing World of Opportunities With DoNotPay
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Check some other tasks we can help you with by opening DoNotPay in your web browser.
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