have 3 page fax message. The email tries to trick recipient into clicking what
appears to be a RingCentral hyperlink, but the real hyperlink is malicious and directs the user's web browser to a website with VN country code (Vietnam).
It has come to our attention you may have received notification messages that incorrectly identify RingCentral as the sender. These emails (sent from email@example.com) are not valid RingCentral emails and may contain email viruses.
Here is how you can verify that an email is from RingCentral:
Sender email address should be firstname.lastname@example.org
Log-on to your account via mobile app, desktop app or via browser at www.service.ringcentral.com and confirm that you have messages that would send notifications.
Also we advise you to familiarize yourself with additional information of what you can do from the Federal Trade Commission on this topic: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0003-phishing.
Please work with your IT Administrator to block emails to your company from this sender (email@example.com).
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