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If you take a peek at post #12 of this thread, I've provided some instructions on how to report any suspicious emails claiming to be from 'Rogers'.
Please also have a look HERE at this helpful article which provides tips on how to determine if an email is legitimate and the different ways to protect yourself from possible scams.
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Based on the wording of what is purported to be a message from Rogers Communications regarding your email username & password, I am confident in advising that it is someone trying to get your credentials. Report the incident as advised. It is a "phishing" attack. DO NOT follow the instructions in that email.
this is the 5th email I've received; each one used a different rogers.com acct.
Got this today. Assume it is a scam.
Your Rogers account ********@rogers.com password will expire today 23/28/2020 2:47:21 p.m.
Please kindly use the button below to continue with the same password
Keep same password
NOTE : This is a one time user verification carried out in purpose to provide a more secured platform and shut down robot or malicious users
created in purpose of spamming and other fraudulent activities.
Copyright © 2020 rogers.com security management
***Edit: Removed malicious links***
Just received this...scam I guess.
Your Rogers account ********@rogers.com password will expire today 02/03/2020 10:47:21 p.m.
Here's a new one that I got today:
Please Login-Restore To re-validate your mailbox. (Removed possible malicious URL & Email)
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We appreciate your help in spreading community awareness surrounding scam emails! It's becoming more and more difficult to tell the legitimate ones from the fake ones.
The emails you received are definitely considered scam emails and were certainly NOT sent from Rogers. If you'd like to report the emails, please see post #12 of this thread.
For the sake of clarity and improved understanding, these emails are phishing attempts more than they are "spam". Spam is a more general term that is typically used to describe automated mass broadcast of email messages and is analogous to "junk mail" via our postal system.
The messages being discussed in this chain are targeted and of malicious intent in that the sender is attempting to trick the receivers into providing their email login credentials, i.e. "phishing". The subject emails are also attempts to "scam" you for your email credentials.