Every week I get an email message from somebody asking me to confirm my Twitter account. I don't even have a Twitter account! The sender's email address is [email protected], which I find suspicious as it is so generic and does not include the sender's name, which appears in the subject line. I have never opened any of his emails as I suspect this is a malicious phishing scam. In the meantime, I have blocked it so the emails end up in my spam box. Also, I want to report the above to Twitter to see if they can do anything about it, should it be a legitimate user, which I doubt. How do I email or call them as I am not a Twitter user?

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You could write a letter to their legal department, send it as registered mail, return receipt requested to:

Vijaya Gadde, Esq.
Sean Edgett, Esq.
Twitter, Inc.
1355 Market Street, Suite 900
San Francisco, California 94103
(415) 222-9670

Make sure you provide information for them to contact you back because all your letter will do is if you are lucky prompt them to forward the problem to someone in the organization who will research the issue.

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