The new year has brought with it an influx of scammers looking to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. But knowledge is power, so we want to make you aware of a common ACH scam that’s been making a resurgence in recent months that could deceive users into revealing their ACH payment information.
This advanced phishing scam is expertly designed to masquerade as a trustworthy company with which the recipient already has an existing relationship. It even goes one step further by making its header address appear authentic, thus tricking recipients into believing it came from a legitimate business they know and trust.
We want to remind you that our team will never ask you for sensitive payment information via email.
Should you ever receive an email that appears to be from us claiming we no longer accept checks (which is false) and payment must now be made via ACH, please contact us immediately, as this may be a scam. Do not reply to the email or follow any instructions, as this could leave you vulnerable to financial fraud.
Fraudsters are getting smarter, but you’re not alone in the fight. We’re always here to help - please feel free to reach out if you ever come across an email that appears to be from us that looks suspicious.