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You can control who contacts you on Skype by changing your privacy settings. To avoid nuisance calls and unwanted instant messages, you can choose to only allow those in your contact list to contact you, and you can block and report any nuisance contacts. Click the platform you use below to learn how to change your privacy settings.
To only allow people in your contact list to call you or send you instant messages:
To block and report a nuisance contact, follow the procedure outlined here.
To block and report a nuisance contact:
To block and report a nuisance contact, follow the procedures outlined here.
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