Phishing is an attempt to obtain personal details. You might receive an email that looks legitimate - as though it's from Tesco or your bank for example. It will ask you for personal information that genuine companies would never do. The email is most likely fake if it asks you for passwords, your Clubcard number, date of birth or banking details. Some fake emails may also ask you to click on a link to another website. This website may also ask for personal details. So, if you're not sure about the email in the first place, it's best to delete it.
If you want to access your Clubcard account and are unsure about a link in an email, always start at http://www.tesco.com.my/
and click ‘Clubcard’ to find your way to My Clubcard Account. Remember, we will never ask you for personal information in an email unless you have contacted us first and we are replying to you directly. We will NEVER ask you for your password.