In the last weeks, we have received a few warnings regarding a phishing email, whose contact, pretending to be A UNO TEC employee, has sent counterfeit requests from our side. We would like to specify that such Mr. Joy Danescu (firstname.lastname@example.org), is nowise linked to A UNO TEC.
f you receive an email claiming to be from A UNO TEC that seems suspicious, it may be a phishing email. A phishing email appears to be from a reputable source, while it is actually sent from an outside party attempting to access your personal information by getting you to open an attachment containing malware or click on a link redirecting to a potentially dangerous website.
If you receive suspicious emails, do not hesitate to contact us.
Thanks for your precious collaboration,
A UNO TEC staff