Here's a funny one for you:
So I have a spotify account, but there is some spanish dude that for some reason insists his email to be the same as mine but with a single dot in it e.g. i<name>@gmail.com / i.<name>@gmail.com. He uses that email all around the internets, unintentionally causing me some mild grief.
At one point I even got his twitter account as he didn't want to disassociate it from my email and there was no other way for me to create my own.
You see, I thought every developer already knows this, but gmail considers *snip* and *snip* to be the same email. This has been the case for as long as gmail has been a thing.
But it appears spotify _doesn't_ know this as I still recieve promo emails at the i.<name>@gmail.com on my i<name>@gmail.com address. Short of sending it to every spam rporting agency and banning it myself I see no recourse or escape.
I would appreciate any help or advice.