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Should I be alarmed by this notification?

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Re: Should I be alarmed by this notification?

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@RIC9380 

A phishing attempt. Please delete that link  NOW in case someone else clicks on it.

If you have responded, then they now have your personal details, so you had better contact your bank and change all of your passwords.

I am assuming this is a joke, and you have not provided any details.

Then just delete the notification.

 

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Re: Should I be alarmed by this notification?

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Sorry, Keith that should all now have now been deleted. The email just made me angry and I wanted others to know about that cr@p.
Happy 2023 to you and to all.
RIC9380
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Keith.
My point was that the phony email was beyond belief and I clearly did not provide any personal detail or ever click on it to reply. It was a joke and a warning to others.
All the best.

RIC9380 🙂
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Re: Should I be alarmed by this notification?

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Unfortunately there are a lot of these phishing attempts, and I am sure that there are some people that will take the bait, and lose everything.

 

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Yep I know, Keith. I should not have reposted the email in hindsight but it just got me so mad that I reacted quickly and wanted others to be aware of rubbish phishing like this (by constantly saying that it was absolutely not from Netflix) and making a bit of a joke about it which obviously failed. Hey ho!
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