I received the same text on Tue July 25 @ 8:51 pm.
"Balance Refund from Rogers Communications Partnership has been sent. To deposit your funds click the link below: rfndtrfet.online"
I received this tonight I am thinking it is a scam
Rogers: Your attachment to us as client is inestimable. For that, you deserve a refund of $75,46. Click here to collect it: rog-att.com
Received a text supposedly from Rogers
Received this text this morning, is it legit?
It say "Rogers has overcharged your account collect your refund of $80.88." Then a link to interact etransfer.
Welcome to the Rogers Community Forums. I appreciate you all reaching out to the Community to confirm, it's not from Rogers. You can now forward such text messages to 7726(SPAM). Doing so helps us to identify new types of spam messages and improve our filters for all users.
Thank you all for your contribution and for your help in keeping the community a pleasant place to be.
I received a TXT message today telling me I had overpaid my phone bill, to receive my credit I was to click on an attached link. The call came from a Rogers Cell phone subscriber in Abbotsford BC, 1-604-615-2637. Obviously this is a scam so do not click on the link.
I received the following text message on my phone this morning "(Rogers Communications) Has Fowarded You A Money Transfer Refund And Is Available: http://bit.do/Email-Transfer-Refund-Componant-Login-CAsd4f-F " from the following phone # 1-343-989-0632.
Certainly a scam. Not the URL is not Rogers but a website in Brazil. If you click one of the financial institutions "linked", they will steal your information and password. Rogers does not send such messages. It's a dead give-away when the message is illiterate, such as putting the $ sign after the amount. (Mods, the URL in the above message should be disabled.)
Phone text scam
Got a text from 'Rogers Communications' (343)989-0632 forwarding a money transfer Refund with a wireless receipt. Asking to deposit in the bank account by logging in to you account from phone .
Looks like a scam as I am not expecting any refund from Rogers.
Good afternoon @navinuppal and welcome to the Community!
Good call on identifying the message as spam. Thank you for bringing it up in the Community. Users who receive any SPAM messages can now report them back to us by simply forwarding the suspected SPAM message to 7726 (SPAM). The messages will be audited and then blocked from the Rogers network as a whole.