Australian Domino’s customers have been flooding their social media page claiming their personal data has been leaked by the company, resulting in a deluge of weird personalised emails from scammers.

According to a number of reports, the phishing scam is addressing customers by their first names and even bringing up where they live.

“I have just found out that the spam emails I have been receiving are from a breach of your security,” said one Facebook user. “Like many others I found this out from Reddit rather than yourselves.”

“I’ve been getting wonderful emails from Sarah Lately, nothing better than waking up finding out your data has been breached and or sold off to a third party,” said another user. “Why haven’t you informed anyone yet?”

The company has responded stating there’s been no evidence of a data leak or any kind of “unauthorised access” to its systems, but is investigating a former supplier.

“We are investigating a potential issue with a former supplier’s systems that may have led to a number of customer email addresses, names and store suburbs (related to pizza orders) being accessed,” it said via its website. “Domino’s acted quickly to contain the information when it became aware of the issue and has commenced a detailed review process.”

Needless to say, if you’ve copped any suss emails with your details in it, it’s best to delete them straight away.

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