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No, the spam filter is erroneously being triggered based upon content.  It is using fuzzy logic to establish a partial pattern match to previous spam methodologies, and there is really no way around it.  Any mention of "please verify ... " will trigger most spam filters, which is why companies spend lots of times adding domains to the whitelist in order to allow messages such as these to go through.

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29 minutes ago, John L. Galt said:

Ad the domain to the safe sender list and it will be bypassed.

AKA;  Whitelist  malwarebytes.org

Verizon has done this to me.  I submitted malwarebytes.org to the Verizon whitelist and I have the Malwarebytes Domain in my Safe Senders list.

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No, actually, I get that phrase blocked in Gmail all the time. 

However, I will agree that upon singing up for the forums, there needs to be a caveat added to check the spam folders as well as adding the domain to the whitelist to prevent this from happening.

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@jenterI think you should have covered your email adress in the picture, if  you don't want a mass of spam  to send to your adress in the future  since this is a public forum everybody can read the content of it.  

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