GLS brand identity theft
With the huge increase that e-commerce has seen in recent years, Internet fraud attempts have become more common and improved. Criminals impersonate the GLS identity, using social networks, sending fake emails or SMS, among others. They usually contain requests for payment or personal data.
The recipients of these messages must inform GLS immediately and never comply with the requirements for payment or sending personal data.
GLS will never ask recipients by email to pay any amount through an online payment platform, credit cards or bank transfer.
Avoid providing your credit card details, making bank transfers or downloading attachments.
GLS is not responsible for damages caused by counterfeiting fraud. Consequently, GLS does not accept any liability for costs, charges or payments made illegally due to an attempted fraud.
Get in touch with us to report any suspicious activity to our Information Security team.