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Strange email from Adobe????

Enthusiast ,
Jul 29, 2020

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Yesterday my wife and I (who both have CC accounts) got an email from adobe that they have successfully connected our Apple accounts with our Adobe account and to contact through a link if this was not requested...

 

looked suspeicious to me so I didn't reply or use the link

 

Is this possible legitimate or do we have a problem with Adobe???

 

thanks

 

tom

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Sure.  I understand.  As to the e-mail you received, I never got one of those.  And I don't know if it's legit or not because I don't have an Apple account :-).    But between the scammers, spammers and bots, e-mail shenanigans are nothing new.  Don't respond to anything you have  doubts about.  If it's allegedly sent by Adobe and you're not sure, report it.

 

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Strange email from Adobe????

Enthusiast ,
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Yesterday my wife and I (who both have CC accounts) got an email from adobe that they have successfully connected our Apple accounts with our Adobe account and to contact through a link if this was not requested...

 

looked suspeicious to me so I didn't reply or use the link

 

Is this possible legitimate or do we have a problem with Adobe???

 

thanks

 

tom

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Correct answer by Nancy_OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Sure.  I understand.  As to the e-mail you received, I never got one of those.  And I don't know if it's legit or not because I don't have an Apple account :-).    But between the scammers, spammers and bots, e-mail shenanigans are nothing new.  Don't respond to anything you have  doubts about.  If it's allegedly sent by Adobe and you're not sure, report it.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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I'm moving this to Creative Cloud services as it has nothing to do with Photoshop.

You may report suspicious e-mails to  Adobe  at  p h i s h i n g @ a d o b e . c o m  (without spaces).

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Enthusiast ,
Jul 29, 2020

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thanks, I had no idea where to post it.

 

Your reply implies part of what I am trying to find out...that this didn't go out to all Adobe CC members.

 

I'll report as phishing and change our passwords

 

cheers,

 

tom

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Sure.  I understand.  As to the e-mail you received, I never got one of those.  And I don't know if it's legit or not because I don't have an Apple account :-).    But between the scammers, spammers and bots, e-mail shenanigans are nothing new.  Don't respond to anything you have  doubts about.  If it's allegedly sent by Adobe and you're not sure, report it.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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