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Account deactivation spam mail

I have received the following email several times.  The first time I contacted AT&T to report this.  Has anyone else received emails regarding account deactivation?

 

mailto:ATTCustomerCare@alph164.prodigy.net

 

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Unusual sign-in activity
This is to inform you that your request on: 30/3/2018 02:37:40.PM. to remove your account xxxxx@*****.** from ATT Customer Care server has been approved and will initiate in one hour from the exact time you open this message. Regards. ignore this message to continue with email removal or replying If this deactivation was not requested by you Please reply us. Thank you, ATT account
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‎04-02-2018 10:25 AM

Re: Account deactivation spam mail

its a scam to get you to input your account info, and this one is really stupid they are not smart enough to realize at&t would not have a prodigy email, also the working PLEASE REPLY US typical non English speaking scammer  and everyone's favorite scam salutation REGARDS.then it says thank you at&t account  LOL i thought the scammers were getting smarter, at least this way it makes it easy for you and i to blow this one out of the water right away

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Re: Account deactivation spam mail

Rather than calling, just forward the email to “abuse@att.net”. More info here: https://www.att.com/esupport/article.html#!/email-support/KM1010543

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