Q: Can I sue Macy's for harassment?
Macy's has sent me many email receipts of someone who isn't me. In the emails I can see what they purchased, their full name, and the last 4 digits of their cc number. I called the store I was getting the emails from and called coorporate offices and they both told me that there was nothing they could do about it and I would have to go to a store. I went to a Macy's store and they told me they couldn't do anything and just to email back the address that was sending me the receipts. I did that and they answered me saying they were sorry about the mistake and they would resolve it. 1 month later I am still receiving this persons receipts. I have written to them on their coorporate page and never got a response. I saved all the emails from the beginning in case it became a bothersome thing, and it has. Sueing them sounds incredibly dumb to me but I have literally done everything else I could and they won't stop. Please help with what my best option would be.
A: Suing Macy's for this would be quite silly. Just go to the settings in your email program and block the email address or mark it as spam.
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