Shell Warns of Fuel Rewards Email Scam
Skyrocketing fuel costs have put gas mileage at the forefront of drivers’ minds. As a result, motorists are searching for ways to boost fuel economy and save money. One way is to join programs such as Shell’s Fuel Rewards, which can save users on every gallon of gas they purchase. However, Shell recently sent a warning to Fuel Rewards members regarding an email scam.
Email scam warning from Shell Fuel Rewards
The Fuel Rewards program is available to customers in the United States, Shell explains. They can apply online or through the Fuel Rewards mobile app. The cost savings depend on the user’s status. For instance, Gold Status members get at least 5 cents off per gallon, and Silver Status get at least 3 cents off per gallon. And those who drive professionally can join Fuel Rewards Pro for even more savings. Additionally, users can apply for a Fuel Rewards credit card for even more savings.
Responding to recent email scams, Shell sent a warning to Fuel Rewards members that the company is not involved in any email grants, awards, or lotteries. In the screenshot below from a Shell email, the company says the Fuel Rewards program is not offering a $500 sweepstakes gas card entry.
Shell warns users not to pay any shipping fees for prizes. The Fuel Rewards Program is free, and users don’t have to pay anything to join or use the…