Suffolk police warn of scam e-mail
SUFFOLK Police are today warning locals of a scam, which is being sent through email.There have been reports regarding a scam email from HM Revenue & Customs stating that the recipient is eligible for a tax rebate.
SUFFOLK Police are today warning locals of a scam, which is being sent through email.
There have been reports regarding a scam email from HM Revenue & Customs stating that the recipient is eligible for a tax rebate.
The email address to be wary of is firstname.lastname@example.org.
On opening the email it then asks you to click on a link and a list of banks will appear. After selecting your bank you are then asked to input your bank details.
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HM Revenue & Customs have confirmed that the email was not sent by them.
Suffolk Constabulary is advising anyone who receives this email to delete it and not to enter any personal details.
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