Attention: Fraudulent email circulating

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December 22, 2020 – Ottawa – A fraudulent email that claims to be from the service at Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) has been circulating. The email claims to be a reminder about an unpaid invoice and invites recipients to reply to an email address. If you receive this email, it’s a scam!

Please see the News Item from October 8, 2020 for information about previous fraudulent emails claiming to be from PSPC.

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  • responded to a tender opportunity and are contacted by the contracting authority

If you have any questions or have received a fraudulent email, please contact the national InfoLine at 1-800-811-1148. The line is staffed Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 17:00 Eastern Standard/Daylight time.

For information about phishing messages, see the Government of Canada’s What is phishing? page.


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