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Fake Rogers e-Bill

Yesterday morning I received a somewhat convincing looking monthly e-bill that purported to be from Rogers. The first part looked essentially as follows:

                                                     ROGERS

                                                                  Account number: 40xxxxxxx

                                                                    Current Bill Total: $353.10

                                          Thank you for pre-authorizing your payment. We'll

                                              charge this amount to your credit card on or

                                                                 after Nov 15, 20 19.

                                                                           View Bill HERE

 

I was surprised that the amount was not the same as my usual e-bill, so I clicked on the "View Bill HERE" link and up came a page requesting that I enter my current credit card info. Then I knew it was fake. I checked the address of the sender and it was  ROGERS <therbiggons@naver.com>, which is clearly fake.

This is the first time I have encountered a fake e-bill; there will likely be more in the future. I hope Rogers puts out a warning to its customers who use e-billing.

 

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Re: Fake Rogers e-Bill

Good for you for spotting the fake and for posting it here.  As an FYI to others, one should almost never use the link in an incoming e-mail when you usually do business with that company. Rather, you should login using your normal method by going to the website (using your own bookmark) instead.

 

As mentioned you can hover over the e-mail address and usually see the "real" e-mail address, however, even that can sometimes be pretty convincing with only one letter off for example. 

 

One can also right click on an e-mail or use a similar method to see the "source information."