Recent Fraudulent Messages and Phishing Attempts

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If you receive one of these phishing scam emails, please do not click the link in the email. It will lead you to a different site, not the one depicted in the message.


Fraudulent email messages such as these are typically sent to obtain personal and private financial information. They ask for confidential information, such as your account username, account number, and email password. In order to keep your identity safe, it is important to know what to look for.


See our article Identifying Fraudulent Emails "Phishing" for more information about identifying fraudulent emails. More information on recent phishing email can be found at Recent Scam and Fraud Alerts


If you receive a phishing email, please forward it to our Internet Security team at: If possible, please include the email headers in order to allow us to track the sender. A guide to obtaining headers can be found at: Obtaining Email Headers for Spam/Phishing Notification.


We have attached some of the most recent examples of phishing messages below.


new phising attemptPhishing ExamplePayment Declined
Phising Scam account termination shawphising scam mailbox security alertphising scam account activity report
phising scam new security messagephising scam urgent noticephising scam your monthly bill cannot be processed
phising scam unlock your shaw email

phising scam update email address

phising scam notice
phising scam web-mail storage limit

phising scam update e-mail now

phising scam suspended
phising scam email updatephising scam update your account now
phising scam re: shaw notification your account has now been lockedfake redirect page scamphising scam e-mail update
Phishing scam email updatePhishing scam email pending statusPhishing scam payment authorization
Phishing scam invoicePhishing scam email updatePhishing scam email deactivation



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