Fraudulent emails often include the Fuber.com logo and a fake Fuber.com address in the "From" line.

Fraudulent emails might also contain text from real Fuber.com emails, such as a booking confirmation message, payout confirmation, booking reminder, or a request to update your profile. By making an email seem real, fraudsters hope to trick you into providing personal information that we would never ask for. Here are some signs to help you tell the difference:

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