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Contacted by a Suspicious “Arctic Leaf?”

Recently, we’ve noticed a number of websites and accounts claiming to be us and using our name and logo without permission. This becomes an unfortunate part of the internet as a company like ours gains in reputation and domain authority. With that in mind, please remember that we will never ask for your sensitive information using an unauthorized platform or other third-party messaging service.

We have a list of the domains we send mail from and host login information on so you can check to see if there is a problem.



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Direct Emails




Project Portal


Project Portal


Client Portal


Hiring and Recruiting


Assessment Testing


Assessment Testing


As a reminder: We will never reach out via WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Signal, direct SMS, or iMessage.

Additionally, we recommend following these steps to ensure your safety:

  1. Mismatched URLs: Phishers often use similar-looking URLs to trick you into clicking. Hover your mouse (without clicking) over URLs to see if the text matches the actual address it's sending you to. 

  2. Urgency and Fear Tactics: Phishing emails often create a sense of urgency, making claims like your account will be suspended or you're about to be charged that $500 recurring fee. They may also use fear tactics to pressure you into taking action.

  3. Look for HTTPS: If you do click a link from an email or message, check if the "HTTP" ends with an "S." The "s" indicates a secure connection (This doesn't guarantee legitimacy, just security of information). 

  4. Verify with the Source: If you receive a request for sensitive information or action, independently verify the request. Call the organization or open a new browser window and type in the official web address rather than clicking on links in the email.

  5. Unsolicited Communication: Be wary of emails or messages you didn't expect to receive (like a WhatsApp message claiming to have a job offer for you!) If you weren't anticipating it, double-check that it's legitimate. 

  6. Look for Spelling and Grammar Errors: Phishing emails and messages often contain mistakes, where reputable organizations have professional communication standards.

Above all else, please be cautious when responding to messages or entering your information, especially when linked to sites outside of those connected to our official domain ( or your own official platforms!

If you are a current client, feel free to reach out to your Account Manager for confirmation when in doubt.

If you are looking to work with us, please check out our Careers page to learn more about us and see our current openings. Note that we do not deal in crypto or ask that you send a deposit, as is common practice with these scams.

How You Can Help 2

How is Arctic Leaf Responding?

We take these issues very seriously and work with the appropriate authorities to prevent future scams. Google, Microsoft, the relevant domain hosts, as well as the FTC are notified and will investigate any fraudulent websites and accounts.

While there have been no data breaches within our organization, we will continue to be vigilant as we are committed to the continued safety of our clients and employees. Both online and offline, we are working with our partner platforms to further tighten up security, so rest assured, your data is safe.

Resources & How You Can Help!

If you have encountered a phishing attempt, please help us keep our communities safe by reporting the incident to the FTC

If you have been contacted on unauthorized or unlisted (above) platforms or are uncertain about the person contacting you, you can also notify us at

Here’s a list of our official account handles:

Twitter/X: @arcticleafinc

Instagram: @arcticleaf

Facebook: @ArcticLeaf

Youtube: @arcticleafinc

LinkedIn: @arcticleaf

Email Domains:,