Hi @BHa ,
Sounds odd. What was the content of the email? Are you able to supply a screenshot?
If you log onto MyAccount, select billing, then if the bill is ready you should be able to see the bill.
The bill should be a PDF, if it was attached to your email then you will need to make sure that files with extension PDF are set to use the PDF reader you have installed.
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This is what happens if I open a PDF using Notepad.
Win10 and 8 have PDF viewers built in, as do Macs and Unix/Linux.
If you do not have a PDF reader installed there are many available on the web.
"Adobe Acrobat Reader DC" is the standard and if you load it from the Adobe site it will be free of any viruses.
If you are low on disk space there are many free versions that require less space.