If you receive an email that encourages you to click a link, verify your account, update your email, etc, that could be a phishing email. Phishing is the name given to fraudulent email messages designed to trick you into divulging your username, password, or bank info. These emails frequently contain poor grammar, and 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.
Tips to identify a phishing email:
- Hover over the From to see who sent it.
- Hover over the link, does it come from the same domain as the sender?
- Does it prompt immediate action or sound suspicious?
- Is it riddled with typing errors?
Below are some examples of phishing emails (Look at how the email address is not from TOAST.net, this is the easiest way to tell):
From: "Toast.net Notification" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are at 95% email capacitys! Please CLICK HERE to upgrade your account!
Failure to do so may result in lost or mail undelivered email!
Thank you for using toast.net!
THE Toast.net TEAM
If you receive a message like this, please mark it as "Spam" using the Spam button in Webmail.
Article ID: 194, Created: 12/31/2009 at 9:40 AM, Modified: 6/1/2023 at 3:06 PM