- Report: #1095048
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Complaint Review: Adobe
AdobePO Box 483 Chanhassen, Minnesota USA
Adobe received letter advising me that their system was hacked into between Sept 11 and Sept 17 and they were warning me to protect my bank account Chanhassen Minnesota
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I received a letter from Adobe inform me about an incident that involved information about me and they discovered that between 9/11 and 9/17 an unauthorized third party illegally accessed certain customer order information and apologize that the security of personal information has been comprised.
they are investigating the incident, offering , me a free daily monitoring of my reports for one year and inform me that I can go to Experian to assist against idenity theft by using their activation code ADBY86GHN- that this is for my personal use only to enroll http://protectmyid.com/adobe or call 866 578 5413
the letter goes on to say that i could go to the FTC'S website at www.consumer.gov/idtheft or call the FTC at 877 - 438-4338 or write to the Federal Trade Commission, Cpnsumer Response Center, 600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Wash, DC 20580
Now I know that this is a scam - I never ordered anything from Adobe -- and the letter sounded too strange to take it seriously.
Appreciate any updates on this scam. Thank you.
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