Bell fraud – Protect yourself from fraud
Bell Fraud – Bell have recently seen an increase in fraudulent communications from parties claiming to be Bell. Phishing communications are designed to trick you into disclosing your login, password or other sensitive information by disguising themselves as companies you may trust.
Please remember that Bell will never ask you to provide or confirm PIN numbers, banking or credit details via text message or email. If you do receive an email or text message from Bell that you believe to be fraudulent, do not respond.
Keep these tips in mind when you’re online
- Be cautious about posting personal information like your email, date of birth or travel plans on public websites such as social networking sites.
- Always remember to create complex, difficult-to-guess passwords and be sure to change them frequently.
- Be wary of unsolicited offers, contests and investment opportunities.
If you have received a suspicious communication – and are uncertain that Bell is the sender, contact us directly to confirm at 1 866 301-1942.
If you have received a fraudulent email claiming to be from Bell – do not respond – please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will investigate.
If you have received a fraudulent SMS claiming to be from Bell – do not respond – please forward the message from your device to 7726 (SPAM) for investigation.
If you think you have been a victim of phone or online fraud – you can contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre online or by calling 1 888 495-8501.