Report online fraud
At Enbridge, we take phishing and spoofing attempts on our customers very seriously.
If you receive any sort of communication—an e-mail, a webpage, a text message, a phone call—that you suspect is not from Enbridge, please report it to us by sending the e-mail or webpage to email@example.com.
How to report a phishing or spoofed e-mail or webpage:
- Open a new e-mail and attach the e-mail you suspect is fake. For suspicious webpages, simply copy and paste the link into the email body. If you can't send the e-mail as an attachment, you can forward it.
- Send the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
(N.B.: Sending this suspicious e-mail as an attachment is the best way for us to track it.)
Tips for handling phishing and spoofing
Suspicious phone calls or voicemails
- Never provide personal or confidential information over the phone for someone who contacted you. Always hang up and call back using a phone number from a bill or from our website
- If you receive unsolicited calls from someone claiming to represent Enbridge, hang up and contact a customer service representative directly
Suspicious e-mails or text messages
- The message begins with a generic greeting such as "Dear Customer" or "Dear Sir/Madam"
- The suspicious or unsolicited message contains links or attachments
- The message requests personal information, such as a credit card number or account password
- The link appears legitimate, but when you hover over or click on it, a different URL is displayed
(N.B.: Enbridge can't promise to respond personally when you report a suspicious correspondence to email@example.com. However, we will investigate all submissions with the highest priority.)