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I have gotten three emails today about this, target, best buy and from my college. Seems like a really big deal. Thankfully those places only have my unsed hotmail email
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I've gotten a bunch of FedEx and UPS scams today. Apparently I have several surprise packages on the way.
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My question is, why do all these companies need to outsource for an email marketer/manager? A few employees could manage that, not sure why they'd need them, unless epsilon was buying and trading data with these companies :/
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I got an email from bestbuyrewards, stating the same. If I understood it correctly, it was just an email list--no other personal info (or so they said). So I think that as long as you don't follow links in any suspicious emails, or emails that appear to be from a legit source, but not from the appropriate email address, it's fine.
    
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