I just received a review audit. It used a deleted answer, but the answer contains personal information about that user including their phone number and email address. Here's the text with the personal information removed:
Hi my name is Ashley reading and I'm hoping that you can possibly help me. I feel like that my phone has been hacked and I don't know what to do, I'm not smart with some I don't sit around and try to steal people's information all day like some people that I have obviously met that I tested and they've got my information and I don't know how to get it off of there I'm hoping that you can possibly help me it would be greatly appreciated. I'm sorry for bothering you with this again I'm hoping that you can help me my direct phone number is [REDACTED] and my email is [REDACTED]@gmail.com. anything that you could possibly do to leave me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate thank you for taking the time to read my email I'm sorry my forearm and I appreciate it greatly thanks again I hope to hear from you soon thank you very much and have a great holiday
answered Dec 11 at 2:16
I don't think that deleted answers that contain personal information should be "undeleted" and shown to reviewers, unless this was just placeholder personal information as part of a test.