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Offer from Rogers - Spam or not?

hanzouti
I've been around

I got a call from what suppose to be Rogers and they give me a pretty interesting offer.
I told them to send me an email about this offer. Here’s a copy:
Hi ,

We hope this email finds you well and excited about the amazing promotion we have for you today! At Rogers, we believe in providing our valued customers with the best in mobile technology at unbeatable prices. That's why we're thrilled to offer you a choice between the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Samsung S23 Ultra, both for just $50 per month. And that's not all – you'll also enjoy 25 GB of data, unlimited calls, and 1000 international minutes!

These flagship devices, the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Samsung S23 Ultra, are renowned for their cutting-edge features, stunning designs, and exceptional performance. Let's take a closer look at what each device brings to the table:

iPhone 14 Pro Max: Experience the pinnacle of innovation with the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Featuring a breathtaking Super Retina XDR display, powerful A16 Bionic chip, and an advanced camera system, this device delivers unrivaled performance and captures stunning photos and videos with ease.

Samsung S23 Ultra: Immerse yourself in a world of technological excellence with the Samsung S23 Ultra. Boasting a gorgeous Dynamic AMOLED display, lightning-fast processor, and a versatile camera setup, this smartphone offers an exceptional multimedia experience and empowers you to capture breathtaking moments with precision.

No matter which device you choose, you'll also receive the following benefits:

25 GB of High-Speed Data: Stay connected, stream your favorite content, and download apps and files without worrying about running out of data. With 25 GB of high-speed data, you'll have the freedom to explore the digital world on the go.

We are thrilled to announce that we have expanded our data services to encompass both Canada and the United States, allowing you to stay connected effortlessly during your travels to these two vibrant countries. With this exciting update, you can now enjoy the same reliable, high-speed data you've come to love while exploring new destinations, creating memories, and conducting business across borders.

Unlimited Calls: Enjoy unlimited calls, enabling you to stay connected with your loved ones, friends, and colleagues anytime, anywhere. No more limitations or worries about exceeding minute allocations.

1000 International Minutes: Connect with friends, family, and business partners across the globe with 1000 international minutes. Keep in touch effortlessly, whether you're making important business calls or catching up with loved ones abroad.

Please note that this promotion is available for a limited time only, so don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to own the iPhone 14 Pro Max or Samsung S23 Ultra, along with 25 GB of data, unlimited calls, and 1000 international minutes, all for just $50 per month!

We're excited to bring you the latest in mobile technology at such an amazing value. if you are interested reply to this email am our live agent will contact you as soon as possible.

Best regards,

Manager Bryan Digby
Rogers
1(647) 313-2110

The email came from this address: verification@rogerscommunication.co

I want to confirm if it’s a scam or not, although I know the answer.

 

 

 

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Re: Offer from Rogers - Spam or not?

RogersMoin
Moderator
Moderator

Hello, @hanzouti.

 

Thank you for your post. We're glad to have you in our Community! 😃

 

I appreciate your cautiousness in accepting the offer from a telemarketer. The best way to avail of a promo or offer is to log in to your MyRogers and check exclusive offers tagged for your line. Alternatively, you can connect with us directly.  

 

I can confirm this email offer is not from us. The email structure, offer, and the from email address are some flags that make it a phishing attempt. 

 

Please have a look at our support articles for scam prevention tips. Stay informed and protected:

 

How to Avoid Caller ID Spoofing and Spam Calls

Email Spamming

 

Thanks again for raising awareness of such scams, and we look forward to hearing more from you.

 

Cheers,

RogersMoin

 

Re: Offer from Rogers - Spam or not?

Mani_TT
I've been around

Thanks for sharing the infomation and saving me from a spam.

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