We've become aware that some members are receiving emails asking for "confirmation" of their usernames and passwords. These are nothing more than phishing scams attempting to collect members' sign-in information.
Remember, Stir will never send emails asking for personal or account information, and certainly not for financial information. Suspicious emails can be forwarded to customercare@support.Stir .com.
Be sure to include the word "phishing" in the subject line. While we won't respond to each submission, we do thank you for letting us know when you see fraudulent emails like these.
If you responded to a phishing email with your sign-in information, sign into your account immediately and change your password. If your sign-in information no longer works, contact us immediately.