Keep your personal details safe from online scams by telling One Manchester and spam emails apart.
What should you look out for in an email that claims to be from us?
If the email you have received has any of the above, please be aware that it might be fraudulent sender phishing for your personal details.
Phishing is an attempt at obtaining sensitive data such as your usernames, passwords, or bank card details. This is a serious offence, if you believe that you have received a phishing email, please mark it as spam, do not download any attachments, and contact us.
Are you unsure whether or not your email has been compromised? Don't worry! There are a few steps you can take to find out if your emails has been compromised:
To keep your accounts safe please be sure to change your passwords whenever your feel that you have been spammed. Do not share your passwords or use easy passwords such as your name, date of birth, or other easily accessible information.
If you have any questions or if you have received any phishing emails or calls please contact us.