some Amazon customers say they’re receiving emails from Amazon about orders placed by other people.
Jake Williams, founder of the cybersecurity firm Rendition Infosec, first raised the alarm when he received an email from Amazon intended for another customer that included that person’s name, postal address, and order details.
Williams had ordered something months prior that was now available to ship. He believes that the email was intended to be one letting him know his item was finally available, but at some point along the line wires got crossed and he was sent an email intended for another Amazon customer instead, TechCrunch reports.
Several other Amazon customers have reported similar issues. One customer posted on Twitter about their experience and said they reached out to customer service, but they were told that the issue happens frequently.