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Receiving someone else's Verizon notification emails
sig12195
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I continue to regularly receive email into my gmail account for notifications for some other Verizon Wireless customer.  Sometimes it's data usage, today it was a new phone that was ordered and shipped. I receive these multiple times per month.  How can I make this stop?

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Re: Receiving someone else's Verizon notification emails
SuzyQ
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There's probably someone complaining they NEVER get any email notifications ... because their email was mistyped and you are getting their stuff.  I don't know of any way to correct it unless the person these are intended for goes into their account and realizes the mistake.

You can try figuring out whose account it is based on account information in the email, but think all you get is a partial account number or phone number....

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Re: Receiving someone else's Verizon notification emails
SuzyQ
Super User
Super User

There's probably someone complaining they NEVER get any email notifications ... because their email was mistyped and you are getting their stuff.  I don't know of any way to correct it unless the person these are intended for goes into their account and realizes the mistake.

You can try figuring out whose account it is based on account information in the email, but think all you get is a partial account number or phone number....