If you are currently in a situation as this then you need to stop worrying as I am about to show you how to flush those spammers off your mail box.
There is a free online tool called "UNROLL.ME" that helps users unsubscribe from unwanted mailing lists in Gmail. The only issue you may encounter is granting the unroll.me full access to your Gmail contacts and inbox. Well, I am worried about this as we have heard of most sites that steal your contacts and other details just to sell them out.
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Surely, this should be a concern but all you need do is follow this guide on how you can stop unroll.me from gaining access to your contacts and mail box in the future.
Christian Heilmann’s tweet – Feature request for Gmail: automatically find and follow the unsubscribe link in all highlighted emails – prompted me to build an automated system for unsubscribing your Gmail address from the bulk senders. Here’s how it looks like:
HOW TO FLUSHOUT/UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SPAMMY NEWSLETTERS
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There is a Google script that parses the content of bulk mails and finds the unsubscribe link.
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