David Lloyd Clubs and PureGym are being spoofed in fake emails promoting competitions that are nothing to do with either brand. Have you received one?
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A fake message inviting people to take part in a ‘Cadbury FREE Easter Chocolate Basket’ is spreading fast on WhatsApp. Here’s what it looks like.
Currys isn’t offering you a £500 voucher or a free Dyson V11 to ‘reward your feedback’. Here’s what the fake emails look like.
We’ve noticed an increase in fake Amazon emails stating that your account has been ‘locked’ and that it’s ‘holding all your last orders’. Here’s what it looks like.
A phishing email purporting to be from British Gas is fraudulently promising customers a ‘refund’ of more than £400. Have you come across it?
Scammers are sending fake emails and texts about the Omicron variant of Covid in order to steal personal data and bank details. Here’s what to look out for.
Fake texts claiming to be from Santander are circulating, suggesting that suspicious ‘new payees’ have been set up on your account. Here’s what they look like.
A new delivery scam impersonating the Post Office is one of the most convincing clone websites we’ve seen. Here’s what you need to watch our for.
Emails promising Primark gift card ‘rewards’ have been circulating, but they’re fake and absolutely nothing to do with the retailer. Here’s what they look like.
Scammers are hoping to cash in on any confusion around the end of pandemic restrictions – watch out for these fake emails and texts.
A familiar phishing scam has returned: scammers are trying their luck at convincing people they need to renew antivirus protection they didn’t know they had.
Fake marketing surveys promising gift cards of up to £100 for filling them out are impersonating the likes of ASDA, Morrisons and Tesco. Here’s what they look like.
Fraudsters continue to use fake vehicle tax emails as a means to obtain sensitive information. Here are some examples to keep an eye out for.
We’re seeing an increasing number of fake emails successfully spoofing official email domains. Watch out for this fake Bitcoin email arriving from ‘Selfridges’.