Unfortunately electronic greeting cards or e-cards are often abused all over the internet. Cards from legitimate e-cards are sometimes used to spam people directly, some e-card services harvest the email addresses that they’re given to spam later, and of course less-than-reputable e-card vendors will spam or even go so far as to include malware (viruses … Read more
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