skip to Main Content

IMPORTANT ANNOUCEMENT:    Team One Repair has need made aware of several phishing emails being sent from people at Team One with a fraudulent extension of   Please Note: the second “a” in repair was changed to an “e”.

In addition, going forward, Team One Repair will never send wire transfer information, a request to change wire transfer information or accept wire transfer information via regular non-encrypted email.  We make contact using an alternate process. If you have any doubt as to the validity of any communications from Team One, please contact us directly by phone at 678-985-0772.

Furthermore, anyone receiving emails from an altered email address should report this to the FBI and the Government Phishing sites listed below.



If you believe your business is the recipient of a compromised e-mail or is a victim of a cyber-crime (regardless of dollar amount), you should file a complaint on the FBI Internet Crimes Complaint Center website at  Please be as descriptive as possible, identify your complaint as “Business Email Compromise” or “BEC” and try to include the following information:


•             Header information from e-mail messages

•             Identifiers for the perpetrators such as names, e-mail addresses, websites, bank account information

              (especially where transfers were requested to be sent), and beneficiary names

•             Details on how, why, and when you believe you were defrauded

•             Actual and attempted loss amounts

•             Other relevant information you believe is necessary to support your complaint


Complainants are also encouraged to keep all original documentation, e-mails, faxes, and logs of all telecommunications. You will not be able to add or upload attachments with your IC3 complaint; however, please retain all relevant information, in the event you are contacted by law enforcement.


You should also report the phishing email address by sending an attachment of the email to:

Close search
×Close search