Trump makes AOL's Top-10 spam list

E-mail scams grew more sophisticated this year as spammers tried new ways to lure consumers into providing personal information for apparently legitimate business transactions, according to a report from America Online.

Still abundant were more traditional annoyances, such as spam offering products to sculpt your body, improve sexual performance, perfect your diet and provide remarkably low mortgage rates.

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