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I was having the same problem forwarded a suspicious msg w/ my gmail account--"message blocked". Finally figured it out. Gmail doesn't like the suspicious links w/in the email body. So choose Forward to email@example.com, delete the links within the message, and forward that. It worked for me!
I've tried your suggestions and Gmail or Outlook blocks the message.
Please help, I'm concerned I may be the victim of fraud.
"There must be a more reliable way to flag up a concern"
Tried firstname.lastname@example.org and Review"at"paypal.com, why don't you try and stop repeating solutions that don't work?
Me too. I have tried to forward a scammer email sent. I tried 3 times to send it to your email@example.com and it keeps sending back saying the email failed.
When I try to forward my spam email to firstname.lastname@example.org I keep getting an alert saying sending the message content to server failed.
I received a fraudulent/phishing email claiming that there is a problem with my paypal account and I cannot use it anymore. I did not click anything. I did try to forward it to email@example.com and I get an error message every time. I even tried some of the tricks others used and nothing is working. The error says that the message is rejected. The code is CXSNDR which means "There was a problem with the sender's domain. Your email failed authentication checks against your sending domain's SPF, DomainKeys, or DKIM policy."
You will not allow us to send as an attachment either so what other option do I have to report this fraudulent email?