Bootsop.com/Ugg Online Outlet Store

A Calendar Request was sent to my iCloud Apple Calendar as an invite sent to my Gmail email address and titled "Ugg Online Outlet Store – Up to 40-70% Off UGG Store! www.bootsop.com/". The Organizer contact name shows as "bojqhqittj" and is unknown to me personally – the calendar event information shows the Organizer having an email address of "[email protected]". The event was scheduled for 11/08/16. The calendar invite included 10 other people with the same first name in the email address (SPAMMING people with the same first name). The COMMENTS section of the Calendar Request states: "www.bootsop.com Cheap UGG Boots On Sale From UGGs Australia Outlet Store." This is being reported as unwanted/intrusive advertising via the internet.

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