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Dear Valued McDonald's Customer,

Our records indicate you previously elected to submit information to McDonald's in connection with one of our websites or promotions. We wanted to let you know there is a possibility that the limited information you provided to McDonald's through its websites or promotions was improperly accessed by an unauthorized third party.

By way of background, McDonald's asked Arc Worldwide, a long-time business partner, to develop and coordinate the distribution of promotional emails. Arc hired an email service provider, a standard business practice, to supervise and manage the email database. That email service provider has advised that its computer systems recently were accessed by an unauthorized third party, and that information, including information that you provided to McDonald's, may have been accessed by that unauthorized third party. Law enforcement officials have been notified and are investigating this incident.

McDonald's does not collect sensitive financial information, such as Social Security Numbers or credit card numbers, online or through email. As such, the information improperly accessed did not include this type of information. Rather, the limited information you provided to McDonald's included information required to confirm your age, a method to contact you (such as name, mobile phone number, and postal address and/or email address), and other general preference information. In the event that you are contacted by someone claiming to be from McDonald's asking for personal or financial information, do not respond and instead immediately contact us at the number below so we can contact the authorities. Please remember, McDonald's would not ask for that type of information online or through email.

We apologize for any concern this incident may cause. Protecting our valued customers is very important to us. If you have any questions or concerns, rather than replying to this email, please contact us immediately at our toll-free number 1-800-244-6227. For additional information please visit our website at www.mcdonalds.com/notice.

Sincerely,

McDonald's Customer Satisfaction Team




they failed :P anyone else get an email like this from different companies?


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Lmao wow that sucks..

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It seems like a lot of places have been getting "improperly accessed by unauthorized third parties" lately.

Just this line though: "improperly accessed by unauthorized third parties."

Do the people over at the... McDonald's Customer Satisfaction Team.. mean to say that there would be a "proper" way for an unauthorized third party to access said valuable information? <.<

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No surprise seems like this day and age it's all about stealing someone's identity or information to get something for nothing.

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@ least they old you.

The Army, DOD, & or VA has lost all of my information countless times.

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