Spoofed email address
Our SleepPhones.com was spoofed to send out text messages on July 10, 2020. We have checked all of the logs, and we have not been hacked. It was simply a spoofed address. No information was actually compromised. If you received one of these text messages, please do not respond to it, do not click on the link, and do not give out any information to the spoofed Wells Fargo site. Your browser most likely prevented you from visiting the site in the first place, as it’s clearly a spoof. If you actually have a Wells Fargo account, most likely nothing’s wrong with it. (You did not suddenly receive or lose any money.) Don’t use the link from the text to enter your Wells Fargo account information. Your login information is what the bad guys are trying to steal. We are working with our IT professionals to stop this from happening. Again, nothing has been actually compromised as long as you did not provide any information to the link.
- The text messages are coming from email@example.com.
- Do not click on the link.
- Do not respond.
- If you would like, feel free to take some screenshots of your phone to email to us so we can work with our IT professionals to stop this.
- You can also just ignore the message.
Thank you for your understanding! If you have any further questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.