Fake Roots receipt email?
It's very strange that I received an email today from "email@example.com" titled "Receipt from your recent Roots purchase" with a PDF attachment. The PDF has a looks like a scanned copy of Roots logo but txt is clear with real store phone number and address from Calgary, and it has purchase date and sold to with my full name and 2 sales person names then the items purchased, it shows the person paid with $100 gift card and rest on a master card with 4 ending numbers that I don't own. It's really weird it look real but the email address seems strange as I ordered some stuffs from Roots online before and the email address doesn't end with "receipts.roots.com" and why would receipt email using "rootscorporation" name, do I need to concern about it? or it's phishing scam? It's weird that it doesn't ask me to click any link or anything and the PDF file is clean from virus scan.