An e-mail requesting billing info update usually = phishing.
A reputable ISP would not send unencrypted login info in a mail, except
perhaps in Nigeria.
It's thanks to those phishing w at nk£rs that the (Dutch) government now
wants to require ID in internet cafes, and for prepaid phones.
Would you trust an internet cafe with a photocopy of your passport?
Cormac (in NL)
On Wed, 2008-05-07 at 12:28 +0100, Pádraig Brady wrote:
> Michele Neylon wrote:
> > Just to followup on this...
> > We're now offering:
>> These mails are starting to annoy me a little.
> How about answering a support question as a tax
> for each commercial mail you send. Here's a query
> I sent to accounts at blacknight.ie a couple of times
> with no response:
>>> I got an email on the 1st of March asking me to update my
> billing information, and noticed that you sent a username
> and password for my account as part of the (unencrypted) email?
>> Also I got notice to do the following:
> "To create your new control panel login, please visit
>http://billing.blacknight.ie/upgrade/....">> But that also sends login credentials unencrypted?
>> yours worried,
> Pádraig Brady,
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