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A Message from ATPE Regarding Email Spoofing

Association of Texas Professional Educators
Association of Texas Professional Educators

Date Posted: 10/06/2021

ATPE is aware of recent emails in which the sender is posing as ATPE. In light of this, we urge ATPE members to confirm that any email purporting to be from ATPE comes from an email address ending in atpe.org. 

If you suspect an email is spoofed, do not click on any links or attachments. Typically, these emails are fairly obviously spam or phishing attempts, but if you are in doubt, please reach out to ATPE via another means (e.g., phone or a different email address) to confirm whether a message is legitimate. If it’s a scam, report and block the sender, and if you suspect your information is at risk of being compromised, update your email password. 

Questions? Contact ATPE Membership at members@atpe.org or (800) 777-ATPE (2873).