You need to login to your Adobe Account and mark everything as NO as shown in this picture:
Also, scroll down the page and make sure everything is marked as NO so that you don't receive anything unsolicited.
You are a very angry man it seems. Sometimes it helps to create a filter for certain e-mails so that they are treated as spam. I am sure this does not apply to you.
Thanks for the response but in actuality I am interested in the articles
they send. There are good tips and techniques, strategies, and information
about product updates.
But the make it difficult to obtain it. A form every time?
As a Creative Cloud Subscriber I can't imagine what more Adobe wants from
me. They should automatically send this info to Creative Cloud Subscribers
who pay a substantial monthly fee.
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This is an open forum, not a direct line to Adobe help... please do not post information that you don't want a "spam bot" to harvest and use
I am replying to your 1st message, so you may go back to your last #2 message with a web browser and remove your personal information
I am concerned that my information is visible. So is yours. I have not set my p^rofile to allow anyone to see my name, but there it is. And as I mentioned, so is yours!
If I go to your forum profile I can’t see any information about who you are except your forum userid is pacman640.
just cleared that up ... thanks for your reply!
But now your name and address and phone number are again included in a forum message because that is what your e-mail signature has. If you don't want everyone knowing these things and you want to use e-mail to send messages to the forum, then you'll need to go edit out the information from the forum message, and that must be done before someone replies, otherwise, you won't be allowed to edit the message, anymore. I am purposely not replying to your message so as to leave it open for you to edit.