There is a fast-growing threat to person security called "phishing" scams that Imprints USA wants to make sure you are aware of. Phishing scams use fraudulent e-mail addresses and Web sites under the guise of trusted company names to trick users into providing sensitive data such as a credit card number, user ID and password or social security number. If information is provided to these sites, users can fall victim to unauthorized credit card purchases or even identity theft.
Some phishing scams have been identified as targeting Imprints customers. The latest version of a phishing scam sends you an e-mail the day after you place your order and requests a copy of your driver's license information to be scanned and e-mailed back.
THIS MESSAGE IS NOT AUTHORIZED BY IMPRINTS USA. IT IS A SCAM.
If you receive a suspicious e-mail allegedly written on behalf of Imprints USA matching the description above, DO NOT REPLY TO IT. Instead, Imprints urges you to take the following actions:
- Do not open any attachments.
- Do not click on any associated links or provide any information that the e-mail requests.
- Delete the message immediately.
If at any time you receive an e-mail message that claims to be from Imprints USA asking you to take actions involving sensitive account, or personal, information, contact Imprints USA at 888-521-1255