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Legal copy of master collection 2019 adobe product

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Jul 27, 2020

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Hi, I got the following message that was sent to me from a friend but I am just checking to make sure it is legal before I install the product. Here is the message...

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Download Torrent and install it in Windows and then you will have to download an Adobe Torrent file, open Torrent and add the Adobe file and download the actual programs through Torrent.
DOWNLOAD TORRENT

PIRATE LINK REMOVED

AND DOWNLOAD ADOBE MASTER CC COLLECTION 2019

PIRATE LINK REMOVED

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Correct answer by Dean_Utian | Adobe Community Professional

As others have stated, the email is definitely not legitimate.

Some things that would indicate fake/scam emails of any kind - software, banking or other.

 

  • Names incorrect.
    Adobe is Creative Cloud - there is no Master CC.

  • Asks you to click URLs in the email and those URLs do not go to the official company website.
    The destination address doesn’t match the context of the the email.
    Generally be cautious when there are links in emails you don't know/from people you don't know.

  • Email address / name of the sender is not official.

  • The email is poorly written.


There are lots of sites on how to recognise scam type emails. Here is one:
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/how-recognize-and-avoid-phishing-scams

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Legal copy of master collection 2019 adobe product

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Jul 27, 2020

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Hi, I got the following message that was sent to me from a friend but I am just checking to make sure it is legal before I install the product. Here is the message...

********BEGIN*********

Download Torrent and install it in Windows and then you will have to download an Adobe Torrent file, open Torrent and add the Adobe file and download the actual programs through Torrent.
DOWNLOAD TORRENT

PIRATE LINK REMOVED

AND DOWNLOAD ADOBE MASTER CC COLLECTION 2019

PIRATE LINK REMOVED

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Correct answer by Dean_Utian | Adobe Community Professional

As others have stated, the email is definitely not legitimate.

Some things that would indicate fake/scam emails of any kind - software, banking or other.

 

  • Names incorrect.
    Adobe is Creative Cloud - there is no Master CC.

  • Asks you to click URLs in the email and those URLs do not go to the official company website.
    The destination address doesn’t match the context of the the email.
    Generally be cautious when there are links in emails you don't know/from people you don't know.

  • Email address / name of the sender is not official.

  • The email is poorly written.


There are lots of sites on how to recognise scam type emails. Here is one:
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/how-recognize-and-avoid-phishing-scams

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Activation, CC FAQ, Installation

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Jul 27, 2020

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Absolutely NOT LEGAL and you need to make a report

 

Fraud or Piracy https://adobe.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=AGSBBD

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Jul 28, 2020

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I should mention that it isn't the real name of an Adobe product. It will surely be full of viruses, that steal your info and money. 

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Jul 28, 2020

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As others have stated, the email is definitely not legitimate.

Some things that would indicate fake/scam emails of any kind - software, banking or other.

 

  • Names incorrect.
    Adobe is Creative Cloud - there is no Master CC.

  • Asks you to click URLs in the email and those URLs do not go to the official company website.
    The destination address doesn’t match the context of the the email.
    Generally be cautious when there are links in emails you don't know/from people you don't know.

  • Email address / name of the sender is not official.

  • The email is poorly written.


There are lots of sites on how to recognise scam type emails. Here is one:
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/how-recognize-and-avoid-phishing-scams

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Aug 03, 2020

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Thank you very much for your input!! I was suspicious, that's why I asked before installing it. 🙂

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 04, 2020

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Hi SM8925,

You have done something very good in relation to this situation - if unsure, ask someone. 🙂

Wish you all the best.

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