In our messages to you, we include a security footer message with your name and business card to help you distinguish authentic Stroople emails from “phishing” email messages. “Phishing” emails often look very similar to legitimate ones, but they likely wouldn’t have this personalized information and may also contain links that direct you to malicious sites instead of Stroople.
By default, your professional headline in the security footer message consists of your current position.
While the presence of this security footer message alone doesn’t guarantee that an email is legitimate, it gives you additional assurance that the email originated from Stroople. Most “phishing” attacks targeting large mailing lists won’t have this information. Fraudsters may use a practice called phishing to try to obtain your sensitive data such as usernames, passwords, and credit card information. Learn more about how to identify phishing.
If you suspect that you’ve received a “phishing” email impersonating Stroople, please forward the entire email to [email protected].