I guess some other BMW customers also must have been p’d off, as the following email just arrived in my inbox today from BMW.
Please disregard the alert email you received yesterday.
Dear <FirstName> ‘<removed for privacy by me>’,
We recently sent you an email advising of an alert on your vehicle.
Please disregard this email as it was sent in error.
We take the protection of your personal information very seriously and can assure you that your personal data was not compromised. The email alert did not involve exposure of your customer data.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and confusion this has caused.
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