Loads - it is, of course, a scam. Delete and forget.
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Many people will have received something similar, it's a scam, just delete and ignore it.
In the email there will be a link, if you were to click on it you would be taken to what appears to be a legitimate VM website, it actually isn't, it's a fake one which you could (if you were observant) tell by looking at the URL in the address bar. There will be boxes asking you to enter your bank details etc. at at the end it would say something like 'Sucessfully verified' and bounce you back to the legitimate VM website.
Meanwhile the people behind it are busily emptying out your bank account using the details you have so thoughtfully provided to them.
I feel very left out! I have never ever had any of these types of email. I believe the real reason for is that I have always had my own domain and Email address for years and never ever used the default VM email address. I would strongly recommend everyone to get a non ISP email address. It costs very little or is even free if you have any Apple device.
There are 10 types of people: those who understand binary and those who don't and F people out of 10 who do not understand hexadecimal c1a2a285948293859940d9a49385a2