Royal Mail users urged to 'be aware' of scam text circulating now – 'do not click link'

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It states suspicious looking messages should be approached with caution.

Customers should not click on links sent in text messages as these are often fraudulent.

“Scam mail can take the form of fake lotteries and prize draws, get-rich-quick schemes, bogus health cures, investment scams and pyramid schemes,” it states on its website.

“Sometimes these can be sent to you if a scammer has got hold of your contact details fraudulently.



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