Over the past few months, we have noticed a considerable increase in the amount of phishing attempts targeting our customers. These attempts range from trying to collect simple email usernames and passwords, to much more serious attempts in collecting personal financial information like credit cards and even social security numbers.
No matter how legitimate these requests seem to you, they are phishing attempts. We will never reach out to you and ask you for your username and/or password for any reason. The same applies with financial information. Some phishing attackers will even "spoof" official email addresses used by Meganet in attempts to appear more legitimate.
So even if the email you receive appears to be real, the odds are, it probably isn't! Please don't follow the links in these emails, as they can take you to destinations on the web that could be dangerous. A quick hover of the link should confirm whether the link will take you somewhere unofficial. If the URL doesn't end in .meganet.net, it's a scam!
Be safe on the web.