Samsung has been telling Galaxy S7 owners that the device does not pose a fire risk as the company tries to reassure customers that the Note 7 problems do not affect other devices.
A staffer at Techno Buffalo received the message on a Galaxy S7 as Samsung attempts to retain non-Note 7 customers after the exploding phone fiasco.
"Your Galaxy S7 is not an affected device. The Galaxy S7 is not subject to recall. You can continue to use your device normally," the message reads.
Sending such messages to owners of other Samsung devices is not entirely surprising given that Samsung now has to rely on the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge to make up for the huge profit loss caused by the Galaxy Note 7.
It's unclear whether Galaxy S7 Edge users are also seeing the notification, but it seems likely.
News of Samsung's messages comes as the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) officially issued a second recall of the Galaxy Note 7.
The CPSC revealed in a statement announcing the recall that there have been reports of a whopping 23 replacement handsets exploding.
"Samsung has received 96 reports of batteries in Note 7 phones overheating in the US, including 23 new reports since the 15 September recall announcement," the CPSC said.
"Samsung has received 13 reports of burns and 47 reports of property damage associated with Note 7 phones."
As a further incentive to return the device, Samsung has offered customers in the US up to $100 in credit if they exchange a Note 7 for "any Samsung smartphone" or $25 in credit if they exchange a Note 7 "for a refund or other branded smartphone".
It's unclear whether a similar incentive will be offered in the UK, but we've put the question to the firm.
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