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The "Boots Account was Compromised" Spam Email

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The "Boots Account was Compromised" Spam Email

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Boots customers are asked to delete emails like the one below, which claim their accounts were compromised after doing a recent system analysis. The fake emails, which appear to have been sent by online spammers, have links that go to spam websites instead of the Boots' website. And, has nothing to do with the recipients' accounts being compromised.

The email is just a trick to get recipients to click on the link in it, which goes to spam or other websites that will attempt to trick the recipients into signing up for some unwanted services.

The "Boots Account was Compromised" Spam Email

From: "Jamel, Customer Care" <ne.nt@adeepervoice.com>

Date: 20 August 2018 at 12:58:07 BST

Subject: Account: was compromised

Reply-To: "Jamel, Customer Care" <ne.nt@adeepervoice.com>

Do you classify this email as unwanted/spam? Please report the spam by clicking here.

The sender of this promotion is not the owner of or associated with any brands mentioned in this promotion.

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Dear

In our recent system analysis, we found, that an account with the lastname Moss was compromised, hence we lockec access to ALL accounts with the lastname Moss. I'm reaching out today to confirm, that your account is NOT compromised and we restored your full access.

To compensate any downtime you may have experienced, we are ready to send you a nice little surprise from our local warehouse () - please request shipping by clicking here:

Yes, please send me my surprise

With regards,

Jamel H.

Customer Care

Boots.co.uk

www.boots.com

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The "Boots Account was Compromised" Spam Email