It is also possible that you have researched the product from a browser and the browser is giving this info away, or that Google is leaking this search info to others. There are many ways ocmpanies could track your intentions!
Try searching google from an anonymous browser, unconnected to your email, but then doing the AZN purchase from another browser, and see how that works. On Wed, 15 Jan 2020 at 15:00, Alvin Starr via talk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > When I order something from Amazon not long after I get emails from > various phisherpeople claiming to be UPS or some other delivery company. > The messages are coming through an old email address that is badly spam > filtered. > > I would like to ask if people order from Amazon check your spam folders > for messages with attachments claiming to be from UPS or others. > > I would like to try and see if its just me or if there is a systemic > problem at Amazon. > > -- > Alvin Starr || land: (647)478-6285 > Netvel Inc. || Cell: (416)806-0133 > al...@netvel.net || > > --- > Post to this mailing list email@example.com > Unsubscribe from this mailing list > https://gtalug.org/mailman/listinfo/talk >
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