Phishing emails ‘Invoice’ or ‘Purchase Order’

Phishing emails with ‘Invoice’ or ‘Purchase Order’ in the subject line similar to those below are doing the rounds – please beware

If you think you have received a phishing email

  • DON’T click on any links
    DON’T open any attachments
  • forward the email to abuse@hw.ac.uk
  • delete it

Phish purchase

phish invoice

Top tips to help you spot phishing emails

  • Be suspiciousof any urgent requests for personal or financial information
  • Be aware: Phishing scams are common at main instalment payment dates
  • Check that you’re using a secure websitewhen submitting credit card or other sensitive information;
  • Prevention: Your email details may have been taken from a social networking site so avoid disclosing your email address or make sure you hide it on your page
  • Look for tell-tale signs of phishing: Check the quality of the communication. Misspelling, poor punctuation and bad grammar are often good indicators

 

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