I recently got in touch with a couple of skaters who had experienced a similar problem.
In both cases, the retailer they were shopping at had received the same alert in their inbox: “Something is wrong.
It looks like you might have been compromised.
If you have a new or updated account, please re-register.”
They’d tried to log in using the same login credentials they’d used previously to register their account, but were still being asked for an administrator password.
“I went into the store, bought a pair of jeans, and I was still being contacted with the same emails,” one of them said.
I asked what the retailer’s login was supposed to be.
The skater replied: “Skater jeans.”
In other words, it’s impossible to tell if the retailer had been hacked.
“If the emails are still coming in, it means the retailer is having trouble with their login.
It’s probably due to a glitch or a software update,” said the skater.
The emails are coming in again because skaters can now see that the retailer still has a user account, even though they no longer have access to their own account.
“When I logged in, I went into that store, I got my jeans, they were gone.
It was like that was the last I heard of it,” said one skater who had to log back in using his own login.
“That’s not the first time, that’s not even the second time, I’ve gotten emails like that.
It happens on a regular basis.”
In both of these cases, skaters had been notified by the retailer about a security issue that was affecting the retailer.
In one case, the email said that the “virus is currently affecting the store and cannot be fixed,” but the retailer was “looking into this issue and can be reached for further information at [email protected]”.
In the other case, it didn’t explain why the retailer hadn’t updated their software to prevent the issue.
“This is a huge security issue,” said skater Dave.
“It’s not just the skaters themselves, it affects other retailers and it affects everybody.
If this were happening to me, it would be an immediate issue.
It would affect my customers, it could affect my business.
The bigger issue is how companies deal with it and how they communicate with customers.
It shouldn’t be that companies don’t communicate with their customers, they should be communicating with them.”
The email is sent by the company that stores the retailer in question, and is a warning to users that they’re not secure.
But what does it tell consumers about what’s happening?
“If you look at the email, the first thing it says is that there’s a security vulnerability that is affecting the business,” said Dave.
That sounds like a simple enough statement.
But in the real world, this is often not true.
The email also contains a link to a Google spreadsheet that contains details of the retailer, as well as a link that will open a new window where the retailer can be contacted.
“So it’s not only that the skates have been notified of the vulnerability, but the other retailers have been told that it’s a serious security issue affecting their operations,” said Sarah.
Sarah said she was worried about the consequences of this breach, but also worried about her customers.
“They’ve had a really stressful time,” she said.
I think it’s very dangerous.” “
My customers are very sensitive to security, and the fact that this was going on was very upsetting to them.
I think it’s very dangerous.”
Skater Dave said he and other skaters have experienced similar problems with retailers in the past.
“There’s a few retailers that are still getting hacked,” he said.
But he said that retailers who’ve reported the breach to the authorities haven’t been given the same kind of support as those who’ve told customers that their security has been breached.
“Some of the retailers that I spoke to have been given emails from the [corporate] team saying that they need to do more work to protect their customers,” he explained.
“And it’s pretty clear that they haven’t done anything to address the issue or to fix it.”
Skaters can report the issue to the retailer directly, but in most cases, they’re asked to register with their company.
The company then has to provide them with a login that can be used to log into their account.
If they have a valid login, the company will then be able to tell the retailer if there’s an issue.
But if the login doesn’t match what the company has in place, then the retailer won’t be able access their account until it’s updated.
“You have to register your account with them to get the login, and then you have to re-submit your login to get your account back,” said Chris.
If that doesn