Jotform form being used for phishing

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    Asked on March 21, 2015 at 08:12 PM


    I received a text message from a supposed T-mobile special offer to save $50 yesterday.  Today, I clicked on it and filled in all my information and because it uses a jotform to say that my info will be verified within 24 hours, I noticed that the page had the jotform in the web address. This alerted that this was not a valid T-mobile site.


    I called T-mobile and they verified that this was phishing. Luckily the bastards didn't get any of my account info  because I immediately changed my T-mobile password and called them.


    I just wanted your company to be aware of this.


    Thank you,


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    Answered on March 22, 2015 at 06:57 AM

    Hi Cindy,

    Thank you for letting us know of this. I have immediately blocked the account in question and their jotform will no longer be accessible to anyone.

    Please do let us know if by some chance you get an email with the jotform being used again for similar purposes and we would be happy to take a look into it for you.

    I would like to mention that we have tools in place that locate such forms, but unfortunately some might slip through for a short period of time.

    We apologize for any inconveniences caused.