I would rather talk to a customer support representative, but I keep getting directed here, so here you go:
Allison Babcock (email@example.com) is harassing me for "498,500.00 USD" that she says I owe Adobe. She has provided invoice and purchse numbers as well as dates. She is contacting me through an account I don't even use. She has contacted me three times in the past three weeks. Please help.
Nearly half a million dollars? What are you supposed to have spent that on?
Customer service by the way don't send you here because there is some kind of special service. We are Adobe customers like you (or as Adobe believe you are).
If, however, you have been provided with invoices for what you supposedly spent I suspect you need to get legal advice.
You need to contact Adobe - Adobe, 345 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110-2704 USA Tel: 408-536-6000 Fax: 408-537-6000
I would rather talk to a customer support representative
CONTACT ADOBE SUPPORT:
Online Chat: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?rghtup=autoOpen
Phone M-F, during normal business hours: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact/phone.html
She is contacting me through an account I don't even use.
What does that mean? ...an account you don't use.
File a complaint with local authorities.
If you're receiving junk texts/e-mails, block them. It's a phishing scheme, albeit a brazen one, from an impostor pretending to be Adobe. Report bogus emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
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I find that email@example.com is a genuine email and is mentioned on the internet in a number of filings for bankrupcy. (In other words, legal action WAS taken for unsatisfied debts). I am not a lawyer but this does not seem like phishing, and you should take it VERY SERIOUSLY. This sounds like the normal pursuit of a real debt. If you did not have anything to do with the debt, then you may be the victim of identity theft (from someone else who ran up huge debts in your name, for which YOU MAY BE LEGALLY LIABLE.) I repeat: you need legal advice, not posting in a random forum.
I suspect it to be a scam with a spoofed email.
Adobe wouldn't be sending emails for that kind of debt. Adobe legal would be sending certified letters with legal documents, perhaps even serving papers to the party involved..
We're sorry for the confusion the emails have caused. Our team has been informed the same and they will get back to you.