Warning! Fraudulent Email Alert for EsatClear Users

Published 05/04/2006 10:10   |    Updated 12/10/2009 11:38

I received an email requesting my EsatClear password, what should I do?

Delete the Email and do NOT respond!


If you recently received an email similar to the one printed below you should delete it without responding. If you are ever suspicious of the authenticity of an email never reveal your password or any account details. You should also never open any files attached to suspicious or spam emails.


If you have already responded to this hoax email revealing your password then you should immediately call BT Ireland Technical Support on 1890 923 111.




We wish to announce to you that we will be making some vital maintainance
on our  website {esatclear.ie}.

During this process you might have login problems in signing  into your
Online account, but to prevent this you have to confirm your account
immediately after you receive this notification.

To confirm and to keep your account active during and after this process,
please reply to this message with the below account informations.

Failure to do this might cause a permanent deactivation of your user
account from our database to enable us create more spaces for new users.


E-mail ID:
E-mail Password:

Your account shall remain active after you have successfully confirmed
your account details to the email address below.

Thanks for bearing with us.

Warning Code: 002671



You can contact Internet Technical Support on 1890 923 111

Opening hours are
Mon-Fri: 8am - 9pm
Sat: 9:30am - 6pm
Bank Holidays: 10:30am - 7pm
Closed Sundays


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