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Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

Jim53
I've Been Here Awhile

Can Rogers confirm that this is a scam e-mail:

 

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Re: Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

57
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I would say it's a scam since it contains almost all of the items I outlined in the following link:

 

https://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/Scam-Phishing-Fraud-Discussions/We-notice-your-email-has-not-b...

 

- Sender address

- They're instead of their (grammar)

- Only one use (threatening)

- Expires in 24 hours (threatening)

- Attachment instead of link. (incorrect word use - grammar)

- Title that discusses Roaming - why roaming?

 

You can forward it to abuse@rogers.com.  They often reply.



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Re: Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

57
Resident Expert
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I would say it's a scam since it contains almost all of the items I outlined in the following link:

 

https://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/Scam-Phishing-Fraud-Discussions/We-notice-your-email-has-not-b...

 

- Sender address

- They're instead of their (grammar)

- Only one use (threatening)

- Expires in 24 hours (threatening)

- Attachment instead of link. (incorrect word use - grammar)

- Title that discusses Roaming - why roaming?

 

You can forward it to abuse@rogers.com.  They often reply.



Re: Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

Jim53
I've Been Here Awhile

Thank you '57'.

It is scary how someone can pretend to be legit (i.e. with a 'rogers' e-mail and all of the logos/details); I can see that someone would fall for this..

Re: Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

Pauly
Resident Expert
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Its coming from a customer/consumer email address ending in ...@rogers.com,  rogers official emails end in @rci.rogers.com.  red flag number 1

the heading is about roaming but the body talks about email messages, red flag number 2,   these may pretend to be legit but they are never perfect and always have flaws and easy to spot because the mistakes stand out. never trust them,



Re: Possible Scam - Roaming Network Confirmation e-mail

ilial
I've Been Around

Thank you for the info.  I too received the scam email.

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