A bug in old versions of legit electrum is being exploited by scammers to send people phishing messages. Users are advised to not follow any links in electrum error messages. The developer Somber Night summarizes the situation best:
To users: when you broadcast a transaction, servers can tell you about errors with the transaction. In Electrum versions before 3.3.3, this error is arbitrary text, and what’s worse, it is HTML/rich text (as that is the Qt default). So the server you are connected to can try to trick you by telling you to install malware (disguised as an update). You should update Electrum from the official website so that servers can no longer do this to you. If you see these messages/popups, just make sure you don’t follow them and that you don’t install what they tell you to install. The messages are just messages, they cannot hurt you by themselves.
In Electrum 3.3.4 and later the phishing messages are no longer shown but Electrum servers can still stop you from spending your coin. So once again you should simply switch to a different server.