Please be aware that Rossdales will never send you an email asking for sensitive information such as your bank account or credit card details.
'Phishing' is an illegal attempt to fish for your private sensitive data and works by trying to trick you into revealing data like your passwords, bank account details and financial information. These false emails often link to fake websites.
Here are some ways to spot scam emails:
- The email may come from a fake email address that looks like a real one. Is it asking for something unexpected?
- The content contains poor grammar and spelling errors.
- Check where the link goes to by hovering over it and looking at the URL, if it looks suspicious or unfamiliar, don’t click on it.
- It uses impersonal greetings such as “Dear user”, or your email address.
- Many scam emails tell you that something is in jeopardy if you do not act on it. Don’t be fooled into believing this.
- Don’t open an attachment unless you are 100% sure it is legitimate and expected.
- Never click on a link in an email that requests personal information.
If you receive any email that purports to come from us but you believe is spam, please contact us on 01638 663150 or report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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