Police warn fupmail from YouSee

more and More people have the latest time experienced to receive an unpleasant email in their inbox. the Sender seems to be the tv provider YouSee, but it is

Police warn fupmail from YouSee

more and More people have the latest time experienced to receive an unpleasant email in their inbox. the Sender seems to be the tv provider YouSee, but it is

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 February 2020 Saturday 18:00
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Police warn fupmail from YouSee

more and More people have the latest time experienced to receive an unpleasant email in their inbox.

the Sender seems to be the tv provider YouSee, but it is not the case. It informs Sydsjællands Police on Twitter.

Here the link to the website of My digital self-defense, which writes that one should delete the email immediately and not click on the link.

How to look fupmailen, as you would need to delete out. Photo: Mitdigitaleforsvar

It is seeking to induce the recipient to cancel an alleged fraudulent transaction from betalingsgiganten Nets, where they, in fact, in general, the people of their personal information.

the Fraudsters behind the email offers the impression to protect against digital fraud, while it is, in fact just the opposite.

Updated: 01.02.2020 18:00
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