by jasebrom

Legit text attachment?

Hi, I've received a text from EE with an attachment called 'keep on track'. I haven't ordered any extras and it won't download. Has anyone else received this and is it legit?


by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Legit text attachment?

@jasebrom : What is the full name of the attachment?


Did the text ask you to click on a link? If so, what was the link, but don't click on it?

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by jasebrom

Re: Legit text attachment?

Thanks. It wasn't a link within the text it was an actual attachment. Whatever it was was called 'keep on track'. It seemed legit as EE have been communicating via text for a while, with promotions and price rises etc.

EE Community Support Team

Re: Legit text attachment?

Hi there @jasebrom


Thanks for coming to the community.


I have sent you a private message on here to get some details.


Speak soon.



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