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Phishing with fake Endesa bills

Phishing with fake Endesa bills


Phishing is a type of online scam that can lead to fraud. It involves using the identity of an entity (a bank, a power company, any company) by using elements of their corporate identity (falsifying their emails and websites).


The aim of cyber-crooks is for you to believe you are receiving an official communication from a company you use. They then ask you to enter confidential personal data.


In October 2017, we identified fraudulent campaigns simulating Endesa notifications, which included informing customers of an unpaid bill (or a doubly paid one) and inviting them to enter their bank card details.


This emails are false and are sent from the following email addresses:

This emails do not belong to Endesa.


Ignore this emails and, if in doubt, always visit the official Customer Service section on Endesa’s website:


We are already carrying out the relevant actions to combat this software attacks and we will keep you informed of any relevant updates.


Below is an example of one of these fake notifications:


S’ha detectat una campanya fraudulenta que simula avisos d’Endesa