Xero are aware of a phishing email pretending to come from them which is currently being circulated.
Phishing is where cyber criminals attempt to obtain your sensitive information by sending emails that pretend to be from a trustworthy source.
Unfortunately these do happen from time to time and there is very little that Xero can do to prevent them.
Below is an example of the latest email. If you receive one do not click on any of the links and delete it immediately.
Please remember to always check the email address of the sender of an email and if it is suspicious then don’t click on any of the links or open any attachments.
If you are worried about any email you can speak to your Advisor at WK or you can check out the Xero security noticeboard yourself at https://www.xero.com/blog/security-noticeboard/
There is also general information about keeping yourself safe online from Xero here.