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GNC Rewards email – real or fake?
Once upon a time I had a GNC Gold card. I dropped it years ago as my use of GNC’s products dropped off. As I was researching this piece, I discovered the old “Gold Card” program has been replaced. Now, it’s called GNC Rewards. And the scammers know all about it.
When I saw several GNC Rewards emails in my spam folder, I got curious. I checked the company website and discovered they had changed the program name, but nothing else that helped to determine if the emails I was receiving were legitimate or not. As a result, I called GNC’s customer service. To their credit, they answered my call at 5:30 PM on a Friday. On the downside, their customer service rep didn’t know about the emails. She did, however, tell me only emails from gnc.com or gncrewards.com were legitimate. Personally, I’d suggest someone in the company take note, there are scammers who are using the company’s rewards program as a lure.
Avoid the GNC Rewards email scam
The solution to avoid becoming a victim on this scam is simple. Don’t click the links in the emails, not even the unsubscribe link at the bottom. As is the case with these scams, the unsubscribe link doesn’t remove you from the mailing list, it confirms your address is current and valid. Mark the email as junk. Trash it. Hope your spam filter catches the next one so you don’t have to repeat the cycle.