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I was recently sent an email confirming that I purchased spotify premium on September 21, 2018, and was notified that I would be charged $12.99 on a credit card. This was jarring for multiple reasons. For starters, at the time of writing this, the date is September 20, 2018. Second, not only have I not purchased spotify premium, I deleted the spotify app a long time ago and have not logged into my account in forever. Lastly, I don't own a credit card. Considering that last fact, I don't believe I've been hacked or had my credit card information stolen (again, I don't own a credit card). I'm so unfamiliar with spotify in general that I don't even know how to ask about this. Also, when I go onto my account, it says I don't even have premium. And none of the links in the email work, they all just redirect me to an error page on a site called ow.ly. What's going on?
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Thanks for the response. I removed the screenshots for security.
That is a scammer trying to get you to provide your info. Here are the next steps to take:
A helpful tip, is if you recieve an email similar to this one - check the sender email address. Also, check for spelling and grammer errors (as some scam emails are harder to spot).
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