Text messages from the scammers shared by Rogers customers on Twitter read, "As you know, last Monday there was a huge outage on our mobile services. To make up for our mistake, we are offering you a credit…"
The fake messages contain a link, which the recipient is told to click on to access a refund.
Rogers is warning Canadians that these messages are scams and should not be clicked on or interacted with. Instead, they should be ignored and reported to the company.
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