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Not sure why you are dismissing this so quickly
"Cybercriminals target individuals through fake emails that look as if they've been sent from an established and legitimate company. Kindly refer the below article for details."
The gentleman who reported this is correct, a rogue affiliate is sending spam emails which actually go to the legitimate McAfee site.
The common element in his and my case is the affiliate ID 1079...
Someone should take this seriously and not just blow it off as scammers.
I have attached the trace logs of the link in the email, end up right on https://www.mcafee.com
Got this email today, looks like somebody took some action !! Way to go !!
We are contacting you regarding Service Request 1-11746xxxx. Based on the details which we shared with our affiliate handling team, we got update that these are unauthorized emails traced to a non-compliant affiliate source. This has been flagged to respective affiliate team to break the redirect and address with the source. We thank you for sharing such valuable information with us, which helped us to stop such Emails. In case if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us back at any time. We will be more than happy to help you.
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