WPSIC Invoice Scam: Fake WPS Health Solutions and Insurance Email

WPS Health Solutions and WPS Health Insurance are aware of a phishing invoice scam that appears to come from invoice@wpsic.com. A sample of the email is shown here. Do not reply to this fake message disguised as an invoice from WPSIC. Simply delete it. The scammers behind the fake email spoofed the "From" address to make the email appear as if it came from WPS Health and Insurance Solutions. Therefore, be alert to any email requesting Social Security or Tax ID information - you should never provide this data unless you are completely confident in the source. Again, if you have this email in your email box, please delete it. Thank you for your attention.

WPSIC Invoice Scam  Fake WPS Health Solutions and Insurance Email

The WPSIC Invoice Scam

WPSIC Invoice Scam

WPSIC Invoice Scam

Date: August 4 2020 at 9:38 AM

From: INVOICE<invoice@wpsic.com>

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  • August 5, 2020 at 5:50 PM by info

    I think the aim of the scammers is to steal Microsoft account credentials. So, if you were tricked by the scam, change your password immediately.

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WPSIC Invoice Scam: Fake WPS Health Solutions and Insurance Email