Recently, I have been receiving e-mail notifications using a Ring Central reply address, but they are clearly some type of phishing or virus. The notice will say that I have a voicemail message, but the attachment is a .doc file. A valid message has an audio file attached, and I also get notified on my RingCentral app.
The other claims to be a text message, but again, a .doc file is attached. Valid text message notifications put the body of the text message directly in the e-mail.
The formatting attempts to look professional, but does not match the RingCentral format I see on valid notifications.
I have been deleting them, but they are arriving with more frequency.
I don't know if there is even a way for RingCentral to do anything about this, but I thought I should let you know.
How does the spammer know that I am a RingCentral customer, or is it just a coincidence?