Relax. Your information is safe.
Fraudulent emails could even look like official Founders emails and may even try to trick you into visiting a fake website and provide your account information. These emails may ask you to call a phone number and to provide your account information.
If you receive a suspicious email that uses the Founders name, forward it to us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to identify fraudulent emails:
1. Request for personal information.
Founders emails will never ask you to reply in an email with any personal information such as your Social Security Number, account number or PIN.
2. Urgent appeals.
We will never claim your account may be closed if you fail to confirm, verify or authenticate your personal infomation via email.
3. Messages about system and security updates.
We will never claim the need to confirm important information via email due to system upgrades.
4. Offers that sound too good to be true.
We will never ask you to complete our member survey in exchange for money.
5. Obvious typos and other errors.
These are often the mark of fraudulent emails and websites. Look out for typos or grammatical errors, awkward writing and poor visual design.
If you receive a suspicious email, do not click on any links or reply to it. Forward it to us immediately at email@example.com, then delete it.