Phishing email sent to FastMail users

Over the weekend, we’ve had a number of reports of FastMail users receiving emails asking for their username and password. These are phishing emails from scammers trying to steal your FastMail account details. Do not respond to the emails, just ignore and delete them.

FastMail will never send unsolicited emails asking you to email your username and password. In general, you should never give your account password to anyone else, via email or any other method.

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