7-Eleven Email Scam Account Accessed from New Device

7-Eleven Email Scam Account Accessed from New Device

I got a 7-Eleven account email with the subject "7 Eleven Email Scam Account Accessed from New Device" from noreply@7-eleven.com. I am assuming the email is a scam because I have never signed up with 7-eleven. And, the name used in the email is not mine.

The email instructed me to click the link in it to reset my 7-11 account password. The link took me to a page that displayed the following:

"faultstring": "Spike arrest violation. Allowed rate : MessageRate{messagesPerPeriod=4, periodInMicroseconds=60000000, maxBurstMessageCount=1.0}"

Can anyone tell me if the email is legit or 7-Eleven scam?

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  • January 31, 2023 at 9:48 AM by an anonymous user from: Hicksville, New York, United States

    I received an email asking me to reset my password on 711 and I am afraid it is a scam what should I do


    • January 31, 2023 at 9:58 AM by info

      Go directly to https://www.7-eleven.com/ to change your password.

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