Recently a customer received a scam (phishing) email in their inbox. After having trouble filling out all the information requested they called me for help. I quickly told them that the email was a scam and to call Shaw and change their password. No company will ever contact you asking for any personal information or passwords. If in doubt call the company on the phone to double check (make sure to get the phone number from their invoice). Here is what the email looked like so you can make sure to avoid the scam in the future:
Dear Shaw.ca Account User,
You have exceeded the limit of your Shaw.ca mailbox set by your Shaw.ca Communications Web service, and you will be having problems in sending and receiving mails, you may loose all your information’s when your account is finally disabled. To prevent this kindly CLICK HERE to visit our Shaw.ca Accounts Verification System to upgrade your Shaw.ca web account so that your Shaw.ca web account can be fully activated.