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Nancy_P_ATGNancy_P_ATG Expensify Customer Posts: 6
edited May 14 in Day to Day

Has anyone else been getting e-mails from someone with an e-mail address @research.expensify.com? I've gotten two over the past few weeks.

The message itself seems legit, and it's addressed to my work e-mail, which is how I'm connected in Expensify. Where it gets sketchy is that my work e-mail address includes my first and last names, but the e-mail greets me using my MAIDEN name, which hasn't been my last name for 23 years.

If the message is truly from Expensify, I still don't know where they came up with my maiden name - I've only been in this job for 6 months, and I doubt a single person here knows my maiden name. Quite frankly, it's creepy.

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