Email Requesting my Username/Password (Phishing)

Phishing is the name given to fraudulent email messages designed to trick you into divulging your private account information. These emails frequently contain poor grammar, spelling errors, and may seem to come from strange email addresses.

DO NOT respond to these emails. TOAST.net will never ask for your username or password through email or chat. Please contact TOAST.net Support if you have a question about an email from TOAST.net. 

Below is an example of a phishing email:

From: "Toast.net Notification" <margaretbaros@gvec.net>
To: support@toast.net

Dear Toast.net Subscriber,

We are currently carrying-out a maintenance process to your toast.net
account to fight against SPAM MAILS,to complete this process and
if you are the rightful owner of this account you required to reply
with below information of your email

User Name here:(**********)
Password here(**********)

Failure to summit your toast.net details, will render your email address
in-active from our database.

NOTE: You will RECEIVE a password reset message in next two (2)
working days after undergoing this process for security reasons.

Thank you for using toast.net!
THE Toast.net TEAM

 

If you receive messages like this, please mark them as "Spam" using the Spam button located on your Webmail screen so future emails of this type will be filtered.

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