Be vigilant against phishing and spoofing scams
Rotary recently learned that scammers have created fake Rotary email addresses to try to obtain money or personal data from members and the public. These are not authentic Rotary communications and should be disregarded immediately. Rotary members should continue to be vigilant and exercise caution against these types of phishing and spoofing attempts by:
- Disregarding any suspicious message that offers money, requests money, or asks for your personal information.
- Avoiding opening attachments or following links in suspicious messages.
- Paying close attention to the details of the email address and signature block to verify the sender. Rotary emails always come from a rotary.org email address.
If you receive what you believe to be a suspicious message, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org.