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Alert message sent 26/06/2020 14:39:00

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Fraudsters send emails containing links which seem authentic, but actually lead to websites designed to capture your confidential details, or infect your devices with viruses and other malware. Or they attach malicious files which, if opened, do the same.

These days, fraudulent emails are becoming ever more convincing, looking as if they come from your bank, favourite retailer, NHS, HMRC, law enforcement, courier company or other organisation you know and trust. You can’t rely on poor spelling, bad grammar and far-fetched messages any longer to spot a fake. Fraudsters can even spoof their sender address to make them seem completely authentic.
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Helen Keen (Police, PCSO, West Oxfordshire LPA)
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