QuickBooks shared my email with third-party advertisers. This is unacceptable. Did anyone else get an email from American Express Merchant Services yesterday?

I never agreed for my email address to be shared with any third-party and I don't see a way to update my communication preferences.

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We appreciate you for giving us the feedback with regards to your experience, pmigalska,

I have checked this issue here in our system and we have received no reports from other users getting the same experience.

Let me connect you to our Support Team to take a look into your account to verify this information. This is to ensure that this email concern will be checked and properly traced since this is a public forum and we don’t have visibility in pulling up account information.

It would be best to contact our QuickBooks Self-Employed Support team. They'll be able to pull up your account in a secure environment.

Stay in touch with me if you have other concerns about QuickBooks Self-Employed. I’m always here to help.

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