said by mikalares:
Actually folks are saying they're phishing emails, trying to get unknowing customers to respond with information. I don't know. I'm just repeating what I'm reading elsewhere is all.
Let's hope it's a system snafu rather than a phish. If it's a phish attempt, then Clear has been hacked because I create unique email addresses for each separate vendor I use. The only place that email was used is Clear.
Helpful tip of the day: for those who have their own domain name, use aliases to your advantage. Create a unique alias.... firstname.lastname@example.org. When you get spam, look at the "TO" address and you'll immediately know what company was either hacked or sold your email to a 3rd party. You catch them red handed. Plus you can shut off that alias (no more spam to it) without
affecting your ability to receive email from everyone else. If you don't have your own domain, it's definitely worth the few bucks a year it takes to register one and host its email.