MPI is warning people not to fall victim to a phishing scam currently doing the rounds.
The agency says it's aware of a phishing email sent to some of their customers pretending to come from MPI.
"It has the subject line "Re: Notices to All MPI Registerd (sic) Exporters". The external sender is mibaby95[@]aol[.]com.
"It is asking people to check an email attachment for corrections," says a statement from MPI.
"Do not open it or any attachments. This message did not originate from MPI and should be deleted.
"If you have already clicked on the email or opened the attachment, we recommend you change the password for any login credentials entered.
"Then contact your IT department or service provider for further advice."