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Last couple days I received someone said from telus, and tried to convince me to change my phone plans. Anyway, at the end, I don’t have a credit card, so the salesperson on the phone texted me the emails for e-transfer of the deposit for the new phone and activation fee. But the email the salesperson gave me is: [email protected]
Something from gmail, so I’m now worried if this is the scam. So if someone knows about it, can anyone please tell me if this is legit or not.


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Community Power User

It's absolutely a scam. Don't give them any information or money. If you are interested in a new phone, it's best to contact Telus directly.

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