Also, go here: http://twitter.com/account/connections and see if there are any applications that you've authenticated to via OAuth that might be doing it. (That's the other way this can happen.)
On Sep 5, 3:14 pm, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > Change your Twitter password immediately. > > That can only happen if some rogue service has your password and sends > DMs on your account. > > Changing your password should stop them dead in their tracks. > > Dewald > > On Sep 5, 12:02 pm, amylou61 <aleach6...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > I've tried and tried for several MONTHS through all channels I can > > find, to get Twitter to fix this issue, but all I've gotten are > > automated mssages, and dropped problem tickets. I get Direct Messages > > that are shown to be from MYSELF, but I didn't send them. They are > > coming from a blog called "The Way I See It, Too". I get them every > > day, sometimes several. I wish someone would help me.