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Don't be deceived
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All members
Dear <<First Name>>
  1. I’ve had an email this morning from OxyBreath with an email address of yougov@yougov.com.  This address does not feel right to me and Action Fraud seem to think this could be a phishing attempt. The email as been forwarded to them.
    OxyBreath may be a genuine face mask but I guess the real message is that anything from an unsolicited source claiming to help ward off Coronavirus in any way must be treated with suspicion.
     
  2. A member reported having received an email during last Friday night, supposedly from PayPal, warning him that access to his account had been limited & that he should click on a link to ‘provide requested information’.The senders address showed a domain name of @wanjai.com which obviously is not Paypal & the word access is mis-spelt (acces).
    He checked his account by logging in securely as normal and everything was, of course, in order.
  1. Another member has reported having received an email with the message:
    “We are sorry to let you know that the TV Licence could not be automatically renewed. Something's gone wrong with your payments”
    This was followed by (surprise surprise) –
    As we couldn't take the latest payment from your bank account, this amount will also need to be paid when you set up your new Direct Debit.”

    This was followed by a link to take you to website to set up a new Direct Debit – which would inevitably give them open access to your bank account!
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