SP Services releases public advisory on scam e-mails
Published on Jan 22, 2014 6:05 PM
SP Services has warned members of the public about unauthorised e-mails being sent on their behalf.
The scam involves e-mails asking recipients to click on an attached link to view their electricity bill. SP Services in a statement on Wednesday said that investigations show that these e-mails were sent randomly and were also sent to individuals who do not have utilities accounts with SP Services.
It assured customers that the scam e-mails did not result in any unauthorised access into their system and all utility accounts and personal information has not been compromised.
A police report has already been made on the cases that have been brought to their attention. Members of the public may contact SP Services for enquiries at 1800-222-2333 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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