Thanks for the information and we apologise for the inconvenience.
This case has been raised to our Security team and will deal with it internally.
If you need further assistance, please let us know.
Yesterday there was yet another scam email claiming to be from TPG:
"[ TPG ]: Resolution of Your Case - #Ref-548-032-598-001" with a a login button asking
us to update our details. It claimed to be from "Update" <email@example.com>
Thank you for raising this with us and we apologise for the inconvenience, @kangabogon.
This has been raised to our Security team for further investigation and deal with it internally.
Any email that will request for your credit/debit card details is a phishing email. You may update your credit/debit card details via TPG My Account.
Hard to imagine TPG can't call Google and borrow some of their algorithms to get rid of these oxygen thieves.
Just search for similar TPG accounts and send them all a virus,... job done.
I don't think the big boys do anywhere near as much as they could to stop these 'walking excuses for birth control'.
Hi @FTS, you may directly report this matter to our Postmaster by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include the email header of the phishing email you have received.
Or you can send us a private message with your account details so we can raise it for you.
I understand getting the odd Phishing email I too have received my fair share of them but today I was bombarded with approx 12 Phishing email all puporting to be from TPG with anything from account cancellation, account on hold, disconnection,unusual account activity, invoice not paid etc etc etc, it goes on and on. It seems to be escalating and looks almost like flood mail. If anyone has concirns then forward the Phishing email to TPG Helpdesk <email@example.com> and make sure the headers are fully shown, if we all do this then maybe TPG will sit up and listen.