Best Buy Password Reset Scam Email

Best Buy Password Reset Scam Email

Scammers appear to be sending the "Best Buy Password Reset" scam email below to potential victims. Therefore, if you are a Best Buy customer and have received the same email, please do not click the link in it. Instead, go directly to Best Buy's legitimate website located and click on "Account" at the top of the page. You will be redirected to a page that asks you to sign in. After signing in, you may change your password.

The Best Buy Password Reset Scam Email

Best Buy Password Reset Scam Email

You may use the following link to sign into your Best Buy account or change your password:

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