Royal Mail scam

When an email message, purporting to come from Royal Mail pops into your email box there’s a strong chance you could be taken in.

However, hover your cursor over the email senders name and you’re sure to find the message doesn’t come from Royal Mail or any other reputable address.

Get into the habit of confirming that emails displayed in this way correlate with who you’re expecting to be sending it.

Clicking on the “Confirm Package” button will take you through to someone who’s sole aim in life is to separate you from your hard-earned funds.

Don’t let it happen to you!

If you have any vulnerable friends, family or acquaintances – pass this on. Don’t let the scammers catch you out.

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