Your Gmail account may be spoofed if you get bounced messages that appear as though they were sent from your account, or in the event that you get an answer to a message you never sent.Call (800) 674-2896 for Gmail customer service number
How email spoofing happens
When you send an email, a sender name is joined to the message. Be that as it may, the sender name can be fashioned.
While parodying occurs, your location can be utilized as the sender address or the answer to address.
Investigate ridiculing issues
I’m getting bobs for messages I didn’t send
Why this occurs
A few spammers utilize programming projects to make arbitrary arrangements of email delivers to use in ridiculing.
On the off chance that a spammer parodies your Gmail address, you may get reports of conveyance disappointments for messages that seem as though they were sent by you.
Step by step instructions to settle the issue
Since these messages are made outside of Gmail, Gmail can’t prevent the spammers from ridiculing your location.
On the off chance that you get these sorts of messages, report them as spam.
There are messages in Spam sent from my location
Why this occurs
A few spammers attempt to send messages with a phony “from” address. Spammers trust that if the email appears as though it was sent from your location, it won’t get set apart as spam.
On the off chance that you see an email in Spam that replaces your email address with “me,” somebody endeavored to put your location in the “From” field of the message.
My loved ones say that I sent them spam
Pursue the means in the Gmail security agenda.
Report the issue to Gmail.