BluePay has identified a phishing attempt attempting to solicit the usernames and passwords of BluePay customers.
The email claims to be from the email@example.com and contains verbiage encouraging the recipient to click a link to a malicious website.
Your awareness is essential for protection against these malicious attempts, so please:
- Ensure your virus definitions are up-to-date.
- Contact Customer Service if you receive a suspicious message before you follow any of its instructions.
- Check the validity of embedded URLs before clicking on them; most e-mail software, including Outlook, many versions of Thunderbird, and webmail, allows you to mouse over a URL and view where the link is really directed. Do not click on unknown or suspicious URLs.
- Be wary of messages with suspicious or awkward language.
- Delete messages you confirmed to be phishing attempts.
- Do not open emails or email attachments from people or groups you are unfamiliar with or who do not typically send email messages to you.
Recent phishing messages which may have been sent to BluePay customers:
Dear BluePay Customer,
You have 1 new message from the security team.
Sign in to your BluePay account in order to read, click on the button below to continue:
If you need any further assistance please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Impact on User:
If you are the recipient of a phishing e-mail attempt, delete the message immediately. Do not click on the links included in the message. If you clicked the link and/or entered information contact Customer Service immediately.
If you have questions, please contact Customer Service at 866-739-8324.