Phishing: how to recognize it?
Ways to identify phishing emails and text messagesEmail
You receive an email containing a link to a seemingly professional website that appears to be the Kempen website. However, the address bar of your browser shows that the website does not belong to Kempen. This fake website will ask you for personal data such as your login data, name and address details, your client number, date of birth or email details.
You receive a text message containing a link to a site that falsely claims to be the Kempen website. Do not click on this link. If the link does not contain the genuine Kempen web address, this concerns phishing. By the way, Kempen will never send any text messages containing links.
What can you do if you receive a suspicious message?
Never enter any personal details into these websites
Never give out your personal details on a website, by email or by telephone or in any way other than prescribed by Kempen. Be wary of anyone who approaches you by telephone, email or in person claiming to be an employee of Kempen.
Report all Kempen-related phishing messages to us
You can send the email or a screenshot of the text message to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any concerns about the reliability of a website or if you have given out personal details, please contact your designated contact or account manager immediately.