unautorized access on my account

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Sep 17, 2020

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Hello everyone, This morning I got an SMS w an Adobe code. Actually I didn't applay for it. Instead I was making a payment for an on line delivery.
Why Adobe should send me a code I didn't ask for and what to do, if anybody else tried to fish my details?

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 19, 2020
Manan Joshi Adobe Community Professional , Sep 19, 2020
Change your password at the earliest to prevent the chance of someone having control of your account. This could be an attempt to hack your account or someone having a similar AdobeID to yours and might have mistyped theirs when trying to login. With all said it's always better to be vigilant as you are, so changing the password should be the way to go. -Manan

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 19, 2020

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Change your password at the earliest to prevent the chance of someone having control of your account. This could be an attempt to hack your account or someone having a similar AdobeID to yours and might have mistyped theirs when trying to login. With all said it's always better to be vigilant as you are, so changing the password should be the way to go.

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