Which? Warn about scam phishing emails – scammers are getting more clever – and they can now replicate the sender email address so it looks like the message has come from a trusted source such as a bank or government domain.
And if you hover over ‘Sign in to HMRC online services self assessment’ you will see that the link will take you to ‘nagata-k.net’ which is obviously nothing to do with our UK Government! If you do accidentally click on a link – don’t enter any personal information, passwords or usernames – and if your computer starts acting strange, turn it off and ring us – advice is free 01948 840102
I got messages on Facebook from people I didn’t know and I began to panic. I thought I had been hacked, my computer had viruses, criminals knew my passwords, I was worried they had access to my bank account. If you were using your mobile phone, don’t worry. it’s the safest place to access Facebook, but you do need to warn your friends that you have been hacked and change any passwords that you typed in – visit our website for more advice.