West Michigan company’s email hacked
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.– Fence Consultants of West Michigan is blaming a computer hack after fake invoices were reportedly sent to hundreds of its customers.
The company says someone accessed their email server, obtaining addresses of customers from the past 6 years.
Those people were emailed a fake invoice for $540.
They say while the emails look official, they have different addresses and phone numbers on them.
They’re warning people to not pay the invoice if they receive an email.
The company adds that no sensitive information was compromised.
A spokesperson reported scheduling an email to be sent to customers alerting them of the hack.