Warning Fraudulent Email Alert for IOL Users

Published 13/05/2004 10:52   |    Updated 13/10/2009 13:47

I received an email requesting my IOL 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.



Dear IOL.IE Account Owner,


This message is from the IOL.IE Webmail users messaging center to all IOL.IE Webmail account owners. We are currently upgrading our web/data base and carrying out maintenances of all our e-mail accounts in order to reduce the rate of spam mails. We are  also deleting all unused IOL.IE Webmail account to create more space for new accounts.
To prevent your account from being closed unnecessarily, you will have to update us with the following informations below in order to know that it's a present used account and to also facilitate maintenance operation.
1.Full Email Address......................


4.date of birth:................

5.First name/Last name:.............

Warning Code:VX2G88AAK

Warning!!! Account owner that refuses to update his or her account within Seven
days of receiving this warning will lose his or her account permanently.

Warning Code:VX2G88AAK

Thank you for using IOL.IE Webmail!

Thanks IOL.IE webmail team



You can contact Internet Technical Support on 1890 923 111

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