Beware of unsolicited emails, text messages, mail letters or phone calls and do not click on any attachments or links. When in doubt, ask yourself:
- Is this an unsolicited email, call, text or letter?
- Are they asking me for money, gift cards, prepaid credit or debit card or anything of monetary value that you must send to them upfront?
- Are they asking me to transfer money via Western Union or other means? (Please note that all Borrowell money transfers are done via pre-authorized debit agreements.)
- Is the email, text or caller pressuring me to act urgently?
- If you answered yes to any of the above, it is possible that it could be a scam.
Any contact from Borrowell will always come from a @borrowell.com or @email.borrowell.com address and you would have signed up to be a Borrowell member.