To help people protect themselves, here are top tips from Action Fraud, Get Safe, NordVPN and Norton Antivirus to keep you safe: Cold calls, dont assume anyone who has called your phone or left you a voicemail message is who they say they are.
Second, if you manually type in the supposed url in the 'offer' (m/mycoupon) you will see that the page does not exist on Asda.
We would never ask our customers to give us their banking details via a marketing communication.Fake 'council tax refund' emails, nHS scams, how to protect yourself.These hoax voucher promotions have been popping up all over Facebook and Twitter as well as on WhatsApp, text and email.The selected entrant will be contacted by telephone or email within 10 business days of the draw, and must sign and return (within 14 days of receipt) a declaration and release of liability.SIM-splitting scams - how they work.Check your credit report today Sainsbury's 250 WhatsApp voucher scam Sainsbury's shoppers are also being targeted with a 250 voucher scam.The only semblance of truth is that, indeed, it is 68-years-old.For purposes of UK regulation, the Contest described herein is a prize draw.Read More, scams to watch out for, the 'caught speeding' scam.HOW TO enter, to enter, you must be invited to complete a survey by a representative of the Promoter by being given a survey response card at a participating location, by receiving an invitation on a till receipt at a participating location or by receiving.You should also keep an eye on official Facebook and Twitter feeds for genuine offers from the supermarkets and other retailers.Fraudsters are sending out fake Marks Spencer, Tesco and Asda vouchers on WhatsApp, Action Fraud has warned.Finally, ask yourself: would a supermarket really give every customer 250 to celebrate a random anniversary?The texts that look real, eHIC and dvla scammers 4 dangerous WhatsApp scams, fake supermarket coupons.The prizes are not transferable and must be accepted as awarded.If it wont wait until you get home use your own 3G/4G network).But Action Fraud warns if you click on the URL you are taken to a fake website designed to trick you into handing over personal information.To complete the survey on the website, you must enter the number on your till receipt where prompted on.Also, check for spelling mistakes and use your common sense about the details it is asking you to share.
Note: we first spotted this when the mountain project coupon code a friend sent it to us thinking it was real.
More scams to watch for, the UK lost 2 million a day last year as a result of fraud, according to official Financial Fraud Action UK figures.