How do I know if an INTERAC e-Transfer email or text I receive is real or spam?

Only click on the links in INTERAC notifications from senders you know and requests you were expecting. When using the Request Money feature, INTERAC does provide the name of individuals and businesses for Request Money transfers in the notifications which can help you determine if the notification is legitimate.

If you weren’t expecting that particular requestor to request funds from you, report it as spam. You can report spam by calling our Member Services Centre or by sending an email to phishing@interac.ca.

INTERAC notifications sent by text

100001 is the short code address from which all text INTERAC e-Transfer® notifications originate.

Please note, standard text messaging charges apply.

Sample Request Money notification via email

Sample Request Money notification via text message

Sent from <notify@payments.interac.ca> Sent from: 100001
Sample email for Interac Request Money Interac Request Money Sample text

 

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