Yes, but try to tell Telus quickly and easily!
Not sure how telling Telus would change much. Trying to filter, or deal with phishing emails is like playing Whack-a-Mole, and the agency mimicked in the content can do little about it. Best that can happen is for folks to apply critical thinking skills, and not click suspicious links.
If the email came to you through your Telus email account, you can forward it to their attention, as described in this article.
I usually don't have any problem identifying phishing messages, but I am now getting so many claiming to come from Telus (two so far today, 11 in the last month) that I was very suspicious of a genuine Telus e-mail I received last week. At the rate this problem is getting worse I will be getting them hourly soon:(
I have been reporting all these messages to firstname.lastname@example.org for at least the last 2 years. Doesn't stop them coming more and more frequently. Got another one on the 8th (making 4 that day) and one yesterday.
I also have escalated the issue with Telus support - case number 587693
This is getting so bad that I am seriously considering the considerable inconvenience of giving up on my e-mail address and changing to another e-mail service.
@Nick2 Wow that is awful! Please understand that these phishing emails are beyond our control. I sometimes even get them on my own work email and my personal email! The more this happens the more we need to know about them. Thank you for consistently reporting them to our abuse team as well as Telus support. Sadly we are not the only company dealing with this. I hope it resolves soon!