Email “spoofing” scams

Members are reminded to watch out for email “spoofing” scams.  We have received a report of a club treasurer receiving an email appearing to come from an officer asking to process a payment.  The email addresses all appeared normal, but the text was suspicious.  If in doubt phone to check.

If an email looks dodgy, it probably is!

Advice from Action Fraud:

What should you do if you’ve received a scam email?

  • Do not click on any links in the scam email.
  • Do not reply to the email or contact the senders in any way.
  • If you have clicked on a link in the email, do not supply any information on the website that may open.
  • Do not open any attachments that arrive with the email.
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