Searched around the web to see if I could get an explanation on this behavior, but all results are around phishing and nothing like what I'm experiencing.
Basically, I've got an Amazon account that's registered to my primary email with a @live.com domain. Nothing puzzling regarding getting the delivery notifications to this address so that's all above board.
I have a secondary @gmail.com domain account which I hardly use, mainly used for promo sign ups and newsletter subscriptions etc.
I only recently just looked into the gmail account to try find a previous promo sign up, and happened to notice that I have a lengthy history of Amazon delivery email notifications for my @live.com account, going into the @gmail.com too.
I've gone through the Amazon "Your Account" to try find something around this space, questioning myself whether I added the gmail account as a secondary email for notifications or something… But for the life of me I swear I can't find anything of such.
I can't remember doing anything in Amazon to even link the gmail account, seems like there no option available to even do this.
So who else to turn to, but the people that know everything about anything!
Please enlighten me on why I'm experiencing this behaviour, and if you are aware on how this is happening, how do I stop this?
Thanks in advance!
TLDR: Getting Amazon delivery email notifications into two email addresses I have, correct registered live account and my gmail account that's not even the registered email address. Why is this happening and how can I stop this?