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Phishing Email

We are aware of phishing emails going around which encourage you to click on a link/button to see the message (please see the example below). These messages often look like they have come from someone in your contacts and may even look like a reply in a previous conversation.




Before clicking on any link in any email you have to be 100% sure the email is genuine, even if the email is from someone you may know. If you have any doubts at all DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK.



We have a video on our YouTube channel which shows some of the ways you can spot a dodgy email. Please copy and paste the following URL into your browser. Notice how the URL directs to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2IVrofwKE0


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