Phishing warning

sumitasumita Posts: 1Member
I received the following mail twice these days: prntscr.com/mm3dqa

Clicking the link / button redirects me to a fake login page from Payoneer: prntscr.com/mm3een

I wonder why nobody else has complained so far about this? If you receive a similar mail, do not open any link or fill any of your data.

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  • Aleksandra_PayoneerAleksandra_Payoneer Posts: 172Administrator ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Hello, @sumita

    Thank you for reporting a phishing attempt. Please do not reply to the suspicious email you reported.

    To investigate the phishing attempt, it would be very helpful if you respond to an email from Customer Support department in order to provide more information. The email was sent to you a few minutes ago.

    It is also recommended to update your Payoneer account password. If you will not be able to reset the password, please let Customer Support know as soon as possible.

    Thank you

    Will be happy to answer general questions about Payoneer service.

    For any specific inquiries directly associated to your Payoneer account, please contact our Customer Care Support Center.

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