Watch Out For BestBuy.Com Scam...

  King Diamond 00:10 23 Jun 2003

Thank you for contacting Best Buy about this e-mail message. I'm Crystal with Customer Care.

We'd be happy to explain about this e-mail.

As of Wednesday, June 18, Best Buy became aware of an unauthorized and deceptive email to consumers nationwide titled "Fraud Alert" claiming to come from the Fraud Department. This email, which requests personal information (i.e. social security number and credit card information), is NOT from Best Buy. We are working with appropriate authorities to quickly contain and resolve the situation. If you think you have been affected by this fraudulent spam, please contact your bank or credit card company immediately.

We want to stress that the privacy of personal consumer information is of the utmost importance to Best Buy.

At Best Buy, your privacy and security is of the utmost importance. You can feel safe in knowing that we will keep all personal financial information private and secure. uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an encryption technology that protects your credit card information. SSL encrypts all ordering information (name, address, credit card number) so no one can read it as it travels over the Internet. To view our security pledge, go to click here.

We look forward to your next visit to one of our stores or to click here. Please do not hesitate to contact us with additional questions or concerns.

Best wishes from Best Buy,
Crystal and the Customer Care Team

TRACKING NUMBER: A00001989324-00007511829

  Stuartli 13:30 23 Jun 2003

Your thread would probably make more sense to people if you had attached it to the original, posted last Thursday:

click here

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