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He typically receives about 200 emails a day, but about two weeks
before Thanksgiving, that number exploded to more
than 700 messages daily, mostly marketing spam. “There was a lot of ‘Sign up now for a
pre-Black Friday sale! ’ and there was definitely
a strategy, with some brands sending emails two, three times a day - some were
once an hour,” Helfman said. The worst email offender, Helfman said,
was a company called True Classics, a men’s activewear company.
Between Nov. 26 and Dec. 1, he had received at
least 17 emails from them. “It’s created an animosity between me and
some companies where I just will not buy from them at all anymore,” he
said. A writer for The Washington Post reached out to True Classics
and received promotional emails less than five minutes after simply visiting the site
to obtain the media contact. The company initially offered
to respond, but ultimately declined to comment to The

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2015; Yamani et al. 2016; Abdessamed and Abderrazak 2019 and Hafnaoui et al.
2020) or hydrogeomorphological approach (Cheikh lounis
et al. 2015; ZaÏri 2018; Mimouni et al. 2019; Bourenane et al.
2019). By using PLUTON as a hydrological model and
HecRas for flood simulation, Astite et al. 2015) delimitated flood risk areas in El Harrach river, the most important
in Algiers city. Several flooding events resulting from the
growth of the population and municipalities expansion over the natural space of El-Harrach River, have been identified in this coastal region. On the semiarid Ain-Sَafra River, which is located in Southwest
of Algeria, a similar study was carried out (Abdessamed and Abderrazak 2019).

The simulation was also carried out for the purpose of testing
the retaining concrete walls built by local officials,
as well as other proposed security measures. Results showed
that for 100-years floods there are some overflows, although the
measures given remain insufficient for 1000-years.
Both studies (Astite et al. 2015 and Abdessamed and Abderrazak 2019)
were focused on the frequency related to return periods to indicate
flooded zones, furthermore, Hafnaoui et al.

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