By Linda Hall • 16 November 2020 • 18:32
Photo credit: Direccion de Comunicacion de Correos
BALEARES residents are amongst those complaining about a phishing scam camouflaged as a Correos notification.
It might be an email bearing the logo used by Spain’s postal service. Or it could be a text message, but both will be requesting an insignificant sum – rarely much over €2 – for a delivery charge on a parcel.
The emails look particularly authentic, with a long reference number as well as the Correos logo and occasionally a PDF file.
There will be a link to click on to effect payment but, as victims have discovered, this is just another variation on learning – and stealing – the target’s name, address and bank details.
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