Before submitting any phishing message to us, please check the “Recently Reported Phishes” in the sidebar to see if others have already reported it.
Unfortunately, the built-in mail clients on mobile devices like iPhones, iPads, and Android systems don’t allow for email messages to be forwarded as attachments. Nor do they allow you to view the full headers from an email message. So, if you received a phish on your mobile device, but also have access to it on a nearby computer, it would be best to send it from the computer.
However, if you don’t have access to a computer, and there is a link in the phishing message, go ahead and forward it to email@example.com so we can work to get the site blocked and/or taken down. Hopefully, we will get the rest of the information from another helpful person in order to prevent the scammer from sending more email.