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Enjoying your shiny new broadband? email. Phishing or **bleep**-up?

Just got this email today sent to my correct contact address and quoting the correct last four digits of my account number.

 

But I am *not* enjoying my shiny new broadband.  I am still enjoying my attractively patinaed old broadband and it is not up for renewal for several months.  Would a mod care to reassure me or confirm my suspicions one way or another please?

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Re: Enjoying your shiny new broadband? email. Phishing or **bleep**-up?

Hi @gomezz and thanks for posting.

This is most certainly a scam so just delete it. As you've mentioned you haven't made any changes to your service.

Cheers

David

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Re: Enjoying your shiny new broadband? email. Phishing or **bleep**-up?

Which begs the question where did they get my BT contact email address and account number from?

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Re: Enjoying your shiny new broadband? email. Phishing or **bleep**-up?

I share your concerns @gomezz .

It's worth reporting this so forward as an attachment to phishing@bt.com.

Cheers

David

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Re: Enjoying your shiny new broadband? email. Phishing or **bleep**-up?

I've also just received this to my BTID email address, also with the correct last four digits of my account number. Certainly appears to be a genuine BT email as it links directly to offers on BT.com. But as @gomezz, why I'm receiving it is a mystery...

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