I'm just reporting an obvious scam email.
Here it is:
FROM Katie Ramirez <email@example.com>
Hi content creators,
I hope this email finds you doing well. We at Adobe are impressed by the quality of content on your YouTube channel, and we believe that a collaboration between our brands might be advantageous for both parties.
As a well-established software company in the industry, we are always looking for novel ways to engage with our target audience. Your YouTube channel has caught our attention due to the imaginative content you produce.
We are interested in collaborating with you to promote Adobe products to your viewers. We have a collection of information available for your use which contains comprehensive information about our products and services. You can gain access to this assortment by using the password: adobe
If you are interested, we would be delighted to discuss this opportunity further with you. It would be great to know your thoughts, and we're excited to receive you shortly.
Obviously you WANT TO CLICK emails like this and follow their link, even out of curiousity, but posting it here seems like the safer option so Adobe can investigate.
The crucial mistake in their email is stating they're impressed with my content (which is a pile of donkey droppings).
I hate how scammers use your sense of curioity/desperation to make your life even harder than it already is for their own gain.
But whatever/ it is what it is/ move on.
Just don't follow the link unless you're ready to catch these a'holes.