Utilities company SP Services has highlighted a scam involving emails that has come to its attention.
SP Services said there have been reported cases of individuals receiving emails asking them to click on an attached link to view their electricity bill.
SP Services stressed the email messages are not from them.
Recipients should not respond to the email, click on the hyperlink or provide their personal information.
SP Services said its investigations show the emails have been sent randomly, including to those who do not have utilities accounts with SP Services.
SP Services assured no unauthorised access has been made into its systems.
It added that utility accounts and personal information that reside in SP Services' system have not been compromised.
SP Services has made a police report on the cases that have been brought to its attention.