Alert on unsolicited emails impersonating GET.com
It has come to our attention that some individuals have received unsolicited emails impersonating GET.com. These emails come across as a GET.com newsletter subscription including editorial content from our website, and the emails contain missing or broken unsubscribe links.
We would like to clarify that such emails were not sent by GET.com. All our email subscriptions require subscribers to confirm their email subscription, and all our newsletters have proper unsubscribe links at the bottom that look like this:
In addition, the impersonation email may present an incorrect format of the actual GET.com logo. Pls refer to the actual GET.com logo and an example of an incorrect logo used in the impersonating email:
|Actual GET.com logo||Example of an incorrect logo|
For security reasons, we would advise individuals who have received such impersonation emails NOT to click on any links or attachment contained in the email or provide any personal information to the sender. You should also NOT give your bank account details to any website that is not an official bank, which you may verify by checking that the lock icon next to the URL of the bank's secured landing page is present, for example:
If you have received such emails, please forward the full email with headers (showing the "From" or "Reply To" fields of the email) to us at email@example.com to facilitate our investigation.
When in doubt, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify the authenticity of any correspondence you received from GET.com.