Many of our customers received an email titled “Do not ignore this message”. In this message was a link to a website where you are asked to enter your email address and password. This message, obviously, did not come from Lmi.net and is not legitimate.
This particular message was easy to spot, mainly because the website you are asked to go to isn’t on the LMi network. Other phishing scams are harder to spot, since they will often copy the look of the Lmi webmail page.
Any email asking you for your password is ALWAYS a scam, and under no circumstances should you ever enter your email password after being requested to do so via email. If you had entered your password, the scum that send this message would log into your account, copy all the email addresses from your inbox, and send them all tons of spam.
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