Currently phishing mails are being sent in the name of TransIP. In this mail you are requested to click a link and update your account. The message appears to be from TransIP but this isn't the case.
By clicking the link you are redirected to a control panel that looks like the control panel of TransIP.
We wrote an article about recognising phishing and to prevent becoming a victim of a phishing scam. If you follow the steps mentioned in this article your account will be activated with two-factor authentication (2FA) and scammers will be unable to access your account at TransIP.