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Thanks MOD, (Insert ignorant attack on MODS)
Joshua, it’s irrelevant how many times your email has been hacked. I am also glad to hear you’ve never been a victim of having your information used to sign up for PORN sites when you didn’t authorize it and then get subjected to adult content when you didn’t ask for it. You and I clearly have different expectations when it comes to keeping our personal data secure.
Dear MODs, please take a course in Public Relations and think about the impact your responses have on the customer’s perception of the Wyze company.
From Josh above: “If you are angry, why not sue Wyze, assuming you have enough proof. That way you can make money out of the ordeal.”
My intention is not to get gain from this horrible experience. My intention is to voice in the forum how I was affected by the leak so other Wyze customers could investigate on their own if they too were impacted like I was. I really hope the Wyze legal team provides you with more information on having empathy and respect for a customer instead of encouraging them to take further actions that would cost the company money and investors.