Beware of bogus e-mail from 'wallmart.com'
If you receive an unusual e-mail from Walmart, beware. It could be a scam.
The Alexandria Police Department and the Alexandria Walmart have received numerous phone calls from residents about e-mails they've received from Walmart, sometimes misspelled as Wall-Mart, regarding purchases made on their account.
The e-mail lists purchases for such items at TVs and home appliances. The shipping addresses are for places all over the Unites States.
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