Friday 31 March 2023

Warning: Converting Bicycles into E-bikes with Unsafe Batteries Poses Serious Risks

We would like to express our concern about the trend of converting bicycles into e-bikes using cheaper batteries that are bought online and may not adhere to UK safety regulations. This poses a significant safety risk, as these batteries are more likely to fail and even catch fire.

Therefore, we urge everyone to prioritise safety and only use batteries that meet the necessary safety standards. We strongly advise against purchasing cheaper batteries that do not meet these standards, as they may put you and others in danger.

Let's all be responsible and #ChargeSafe⚡. Thank you.

Source: LFB on twitter

Charging your e-Bike or e-Scooter and reduce the risk of fire

Chargers, batteries and fire safety.

Thursday 30 March 2023

Warning issued to WhatsApp users over account takeover scam

Action Fraud has received over 60 reports of a WhatsApp scam that involves stealing access to users' accounts.

The scam begins when a criminal gains access to another WhatsApp account, and poses as a friend or group member to start a conversation with you.

They will then ask you to send them a six-digit code that you received from WhatsApp, claiming that it was sent to you by accident.

Once they have this code, they can use it to login to your WhatsApp account and lock you out. The criminal will then use the same tactic to target your contacts and steal more accounts.

To protect yourself, set up two-step verification, always confirm unusual requests by calling the person directly, and never share your activation code.

You can also report spam messages or block a sender within WhatsApp. If you have been a victim of this scam, report it to Action Fraud or call 0300 123 2040.

Source: Action Fraud (27-03-2023)

Fire at Bexleyheath Property Damages Care Home Hairdressers ๐Ÿ”ฅ - UPDATE*

A fire broke out at a property on Woolwich Road in Bexleyheath, damaging part of a hairdresser on the ground floor of a care home. Around 60 firefighters and eight fire engines were called to the scene, and four people were rescued and taken to hospital for smoke inhalation. The fire was under control by 1302, and road closures were put in place. The cause of the fire is currently being investigated.

Source: LFB (30 Mar 2023)

A fire at a care home in #Bexleyheath #thisweek is believed to have been accidental and involved a hairdryer. Remember that hairdryers and straighteners can get extremely hot - always remember to switch them off & leave them to cool on a heatproof surface orlo.uk/IZe3M

*Update: https://twitter.com/LondonFire/status/1642182292100599808?s=20

Amazon one-time passwords: item thefts and parcel switches

When you purchase a high-value item, Amazon may send you a one-time password (OTP) to provide to the courier when they deliver your parcel. However, we’ve found that many people have had issues with this system, including instances of couriers stealing the customer’s parcel. And when customers report the theft to Amazon, they face a battle to get a refund or replacement.

If you encounter problems with OTP deliveries, here are some steps you can take to resolve the issue. (23 Mar 2023)


Twitter ‘verification’ scam

Fraudsters are sending fake ‘verification’ emails targeting Twitter users. The emails include a link designed to phish for your personal information or install malware on your computer.

There are currently two Twitter impersonation emails in circulation. Both contain convincing branding and text; however, they’re sent from random email addresses rather than official Twitter accounts.

Learn about how to spot a genuine Twitter email to stay safe from scammers. (29 Mar 2023)

Friday afternoon fraud - how scammers could wipe out your house deposit

Friday afternoon fraud involves scammers hacking into the email account of a conveyancer or home buyer, and using it to monitor and intercept emails.

This type of fraud can happen on any day of the week, but committing the crime on a Friday means victims may not realise they've been scammed until Monday morning. This gives the fraudster more time to withdraw and transfer the stolen funds.

Discover how it works and get expert advice from our Which? Investigates podcast. (27 Mar 2023)

Tuesday 28 March 2023

Baby package theft in Lonsdale Close, Grove Park: Public urged to identify suspect

A theft of a baby package was reported in Lonsdale Close, Grove Park area, SE94HF on March 27th, 2023 at 6 pm. The victim is seeking help from the public to identify the man in the photos and footage who was seen stealing the package. They are urging people to be alert and report any information about the suspect to the police. The resident posted the theft on Nextdoor.

Nextdoor - suspect images

Nextdoor - suspect images






CCTV footage released in investigation of assault outside bar in Bexleyheath

Police in Bexleyheath are investigating an assault that occurred on Friday, 16 December.

A woman in her 20s was found with a head injury outside a bar in Broadway and had been assaulted following an altercation with another woman inside the bar.

Police have issued CCTV footage of a woman they would like to identify and are appealing to anyone who recognises her or who witnessed the incident to come forward.

No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information can contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

https://twitter.com/MPSBexley/status/1640626634083508225?s=20

https://news.met.police.uk/news/cctv-issued-after-woman-assaulted-in-bexleyheath-464330

Saturday 25 March 2023

Good news from SE this week

A drug users daily across the SE BCU.

 

At Court he pled guilty to PWITS Class A and was sentenced to a 5 year and 3 month custodial sentence.

 

·       Officers from the SEBCU Youth Engagement Team ran a series of workshops in partnership with London South East Colleges over the four week period. Each week a different subject matter was covered including Stop and Search , County Lines/Criminal Exploitation, Violence Against Women and Girls and Firearms and Knife Crime. This was supported by officers from the Joint Engagement Team and the MPS Firearms Command. In total officers held 41 individual workshops engaging with 526 young people. Feedback was extremely positive and more workshops will be planned in the future.

 

A huge well done to the SE Youth Engagement Team and Special thanks to PC Darren Smith and PC Semih Demirag for coordinating a series of 9 Workshops covering topics such as Personal safety, Stop and Search and Violence Against Women and Girls reaching 526 students across the London South East Colleges over a four week period

 

·       Officers from South East Violence Suppression Unit had another arrest on the evening on 20th March. A machete was seized from a male, who was also on bail for a knife offence already! He was swiftly arrested and charged and remanded to court.

Friday 24 March 2023

Stolen Hyundai Tucson RA19ONM Alert: Request for Assistance

Stolen Hyundai Tucson in Blackfen & Lamorbey

The resident posted the theft on Nextdoor. The author is writing on behalf of their friend whose white Hyundai Tucson car with the registration number RA19ONM and year 2019 was stolen on Sidcup Road, DA15 8HL at midnight on March 23, 2023. They are requesting anyone who sees the car to contact them.

Stolen Hyundai Tucson in Blackfen & Lamorbey

This is an appeal to residents to check your CCTV footage or If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious, or have any information related to this incident then please contact the owner or Blackfen & Lamorbey Police on 101, or 020 8721 2585, or via email at blackfen.lamorbey.snt@met.police.uk alternatively you can call them above or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 1111.

For further information, Ask the Police.

Thursday 23 March 2023

Lego giveaway scam

Fraudsters are using fake Lego branding to offer a £735 Lego set for only £3 in dodgy Facebook posts. To participate in this ‘giveaway’, victims are asked to play games where they have to choose the right box to ‘win’. The fraudsters set time limits to create a sense of urgency and pressure the victim to act quickly.

Once the victim has ‘won’ the prize, the fraudsters ask for their bank details to make a nominal payment – another tactic used to obtain sensitive personal information. If the victim enters their details, they will be handing them to the scammer.

Check out our step-by-step guide on how to spot this giveaway scam.

Giveaway scams

Source: Which? (22 Mar 2023)


Put to Rights - Get your money back

Do you have an issue that you need to put right? Which? can help you.

For our latest Put to Rights piece, we helped a woman who lost £56,000 to authorised push payment (APP) fraud, where scammers pose as the victim’s bank to lure them into transferring money.

In this instance, a scammer spoofed Barclays' phone number. They informed the victim that her bank account had been compromised and she should move her money to a ‘safe’ account. This resulted in the victim transferring £56,000 to the scammer. Thankfully, they managed to get their money back with our help.

Discover what to do if you fall victim to APP fraud.

Get your money back

Source: Which? (20 Mar 2023)

Protect yourself from fraudsters

Ofcom has conducted a report looking at internet users’ attitudes and perceptions toward online fraud and scams. Alarmingly, nine in 10 people said they had encountered scams or fraud online and nearly half had been drawn into engaging with fraudsters.

It’s important to be on your guard against online scams. Learn how to protect yourself from fraudsters.


Source: Which? (16 Mar 2023)

Stolen Kia Sportage LV69ABN Alert: Request for Assistance

stolen Kia Sportage in East Wickham

A Kia Sportage LV69ABN was stolen from a driveway at DA161NS by two men who opened the door with a rucksack at 10:30 on March 13th 2023 from East Wickham area. The resident posted the theft on Nextdoor.
stolen Kia Sportage in East Wickham

This is an appeal to residents to check your CCTV footage or If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious, or have any information related to this incident then please contact the owner or East Wickham Police on 101, or 020 8721 2025, or via email at eastwickham.snt@met.police.uk alternatively you can call them above or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 1111.

For further information, Ask the Police.

Wednesday 22 March 2023

Protect Yourself from Suspicious Shipment Emails and Scams

Scam email - click screenshot to view enlarged

It's important to be vigilant when receiving emails related to shipments, especially if they appear to be suspicious or come from unknown sources. In the case of a "shipment pending for a suspended package" email, it's crucial to exercise caution before clicking on any links or providing any personal or financial information.

One common tactic used by scammers is to request a small payment before delivering a package, and then use that as a way to obtain your bank details and other sensitive information. Always double-check the sender's email address and the content of the email before taking any action.

If you receive an email like this, it's best to do some research on the sender and the company mentioned in the email before clicking on any links or providing any information. Look for reviews or complaints from other customers, and contact the company directly through a verified email or phone number to confirm the legitimacy of the email.

Never provide any sensitive information, such as bank details, passwords, or personal information, unless you are absolutely certain that the email is legitimate. And if you suspect that you may have fallen victim to a scam, contact your bank or financial institution immediately to report the issue and take steps to protect your accounts.

Forward suspicious emails (as screenshots) to report@phishing.gov.uk. If you think you have been a victim of fraud, contact Action Fraud immediately by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting their website.


Beware of another Scam Email: Claim Your Order Pending prize!


The above screenshot is yet another of many scam emails received that is trying to trick you into providing your personal information. The email claims that there is an order pending and that you have won a prize, and asks you to confirm your shipping information in order to claim your package. However, this is likely a ploy to obtain your personal information for fraudulent purposes. It is important to be cautious and not provide any personal information to unsolicited emails, especially if they seem too good to be true.

Reported and Forwarded the screenshots to report@phishing.gov.uk and received their standard reply below:

Thank you for forwarding a suspicious message to us. Timely alerts from people like you help us to act quickly and protect many more people from being affected.


As of January 31st 2023, the number of reports received stand at more than 17,358,300 with the removal of more than 114,100 scams across 209,500 URLs.


We are unable to inform you of the outcome of our review, but we can confirm that we do act upon every message received.

We will analyse the content of the email you have sent to us and any websites it links to. If we discover activity that we believe to be malicious, we may:

  • seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails

  • work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites

  • raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners

Please note…

You should not report a suspected crime to us. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:

  • to Action Fraud if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland: www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040

  • to Police Scotland if you live in Scotland: call 101

There are a number of ways you can protect yourself from attacks like this and the NCSC has published plenty of advice that will help you to stay secure online; for example:

For a full overview of the NCSC’s advice for the general public please see our dedicated individuals and families webpage.

How we handle the information you send to us

  • Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of an individual’s data, which is sent at your own risk. We do however have procedures and security features in place to keep data secure once we receive it.

  • We may share details with various government departments, our Law Enforcement partners (such as the National Crime Agency and the City of London Police) and other organisations where doing so is necessary and proportionate for the proper discharge of our statutory functions. We won’t share an individual’s information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.

  • The information we hold is exempt from Freedom of Information requests.

  • For further detail on how we handle information you send us, please see our Privacy Statement.

  • Further information about reporting suspicious emails to the NCSC can be found at www.ncsc.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails.

Thank you for your continued support.

Signed

National Cyber Security Centre


Police Bust Organised Criminal Gang's Chop Shop in Early Morning Raid, Recover Stolen High-Value Vehicles

In a successful operation early this morning, Officers from the SE Violence Suppression Unit and Sidcup Safer Neighbourhood Team executed a search warrant at a premises in Erith and uncovered a "Chop shop" linked to Organised Criminal Gangs that targeted high-value motor vehicles for theft and dismantling. The premises was swiftly raided, and officers seized a stolen Rolls Royce Phantom which had been stolen just the morning before, as well as the remains of a Range Rover and other parts of vehicles connected to various stolen vehicles that had been taken across London.

Despite the OCG's attempts to disguise the stolen vehicles using radio and signal jammers and conceal them in a warehouse, the operation was a resounding success thanks to the swift action taken by the officers, who obtained a warrant out of hours and executed it immediately.

Enquiries are still ongoing, but the recovery of the stolen vehicles and dismantled parts is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our officers in tackling organised crime and keeping our communities safe.

Source: BexleyPolice

Sidcup Police Joint Task Force Arrests Suspect and Recovers Stolen Car Parts in 'Op Airiam' Operation

On 9th March 2023, a joint task force comprised of officers from Sidcup Police conducted 'Op Airiam' at the Darent Industrial site.

The operation targeted vehicle crime, scrap metal theft, and the theft of telecom cabling. During the operation, officers conducted a stop search of a vehicle and discovered over 80 catalytic converters.

A subsequent search of a nearby compound located 9 stolen car engines.

As a result of the operation, one male was arrested. The successful outcome of 'Op Airiam' is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our officers in tackling crime and keeping our community safe.

Source: MPSSidcup

Cat Microchipping to be Compulsory

On 13 March 2023, the Government laid new legislation in Parliament to introduce compulsory microchipping for all owned cats.

There are over nine million pet cats in England, with as many as 2.3 million unchipped, meaning that it would be very difficult to reunite them with their owner if they get lost or stolen.
The new rules mean cats must be implanted with a microchip before they reach the age of 20 weeks and their contact details stored and kept up to date in a pet microchipping database. All owners must have their cat microchipped by 10 June 2024 and owners found not to have microchipped their cat will have 21 days to have one implanted, or may face a fine of up to £500.
It will not be compulsory for cats that live with little or no human interaction or dependency, such as farm, feral or community cats. Owners with cats that are already microchipped should ensure their details are up to date.

Join us for a Fun-Filled Day with Animals, Games, and Shopping! at the Easter Fair

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Hey everyone! Are you looking for a fun family event this Saturday? We've got you covered! Join us for an amazing day filled with animals, games, and shopping!

We have a mini farm with adorable animals like a donkey, pony, mini cow, and more! Kids and adults alike will love petting and interacting with these friendly creatures.

But that's not all! We've also got a games bus and plenty of outdoor games to keep everyone entertained. And if you need a break from all the action, step inside our market and check out our tables filled with Tombolas, cakes, wax melts, crafts, and so much more.

This is an event you won't want to miss! Join us from 11am to 3pm and bring your friends and family along. And don't forget to share this post with your community!

Source: Facebook

Tuesday 21 March 2023

Beware of Scam Email: Claim Your Prize and Confirm Your Shipping Information


The above screenshot appears that a scam email that is trying to trick you into providing your personal information. The email claims that there is an order pending and that you have won a prize, and asks you to confirm your shipping information in order to claim your package. However, this is likely a ploy to obtain your personal information for fraudulent purposes. It is important to be cautious and not provide any personal information to unsolicited emails, especially if they seem too good to be true.

Reported and Forwarded the screenshots to report@phishing.gov.uk and received their standard reply below:

Thank you for forwarding a suspicious message to us. Timely alerts from people like you help us to act quickly and protect many more people from being affected.


As of January 31st 2023, the number of reports received stand at more than 17,358,300 with the removal of more than 114,100 scams across 209,500 URLs.


We are unable to inform you of the outcome of our review, but we can confirm that we do act upon every message received.

We will analyse the content of the email you have sent to us and any websites it links to. If we discover activity that we believe to be malicious, we may:

  • seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails

  • work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites

  • raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners

Please note…

You should not report a suspected crime to us. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:

  • to Action Fraud if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland: www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040

  • to Police Scotland if you live in Scotland: call 101

There are a number of ways you can protect yourself from attacks like this and the NCSC has published plenty of advice that will help you to stay secure online; for example:

For a full overview of the NCSC’s advice for the general public please see our dedicated individuals and families webpage.

How we handle the information you send to us

  • Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of an individual’s data, which is sent at your own risk. We do however have procedures and security features in place to keep data secure once we receive it.

  • We may share details with various government departments, our Law Enforcement partners (such as the National Crime Agency and the City of London Police) and other organisations where doing so is necessary and proportionate for the proper discharge of our statutory functions. We won’t share an individual’s information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.

  • The information we hold is exempt from Freedom of Information requests.

  • For further detail on how we handle information you send us, please see our Privacy Statement.

  • Further information about reporting suspicious emails to the NCSC can be found at www.ncsc.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails.

Thank you for your continued support.

Signed

National Cyber Security Centre

Sunday 19 March 2023

Burglary Attempt in East Wickham Area on March 19, 2023

On March 19, 2023, in the East Wickham area, a suspect wearing a hooded jacket attempted a burglary at around 2am and 2.15am.

The suspect was caught on CCTV footage both on Newlyn Road

and Tidford Road,


but was unsuccessful in both attempts. However, the suspect was disturbed by a dog on Newlyn Road.

Residents in the area should be cautious and vigilant of any suspicious activities.

Original Footage and Posters Sourced from Nextdoor Community Platform.

Friday 17 March 2023

FREE Eco-Friendly Easter Event: Fun-Filled Day of Activities for the Whole Family!

Enjoy a fun day full of activities for all the family at our FREE eco friendly Easter event!

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Protect Yourself from Scammers: Beware of Phishing Emails Offering Smeg Blender


Reported and Forwarded the screenshots to report@phishing.gov.uk and received their reply below:

Thank you for forwarding a suspicious message to us. Timely alerts from people like you help us to act quickly and protect many more people from being affected.


As of January 31st 2023, the number of reports received stand at more than 17,358,300 with the removal of more than 114,100 scams across 209,500 URLs.


We are unable to inform you of the outcome of our review, but we can confirm that we do act upon every message received.

We will analyse the content of the email you have sent to us and any websites it links to. If we discover activity that we believe to be malicious, we may:

  • seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails

  • work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites

  • raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners

Please note…

You should not report a suspected crime to us. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:

  • to Action Fraud if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland: www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040

  • to Police Scotland if you live in Scotland: call 101

There are a number of ways you can protect yourself from attacks like this and the NCSC has published plenty of advice that will help you to stay secure online; for example:

For a full overview of the NCSC’s advice for the general public please see our dedicated individuals and families webpage.

How we handle the information you send to us

  • Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of an individual’s data, which is sent at your own risk. We do however have procedures and security features in place to keep data secure once we receive it.

  • We may share details with various government departments, our Law Enforcement partners (such as the National Crime Agency and the City of London Police) and other organisations where doing so is necessary and proportionate for the proper discharge of our statutory functions. We won’t share an individual’s information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.

  • The information we hold is exempt from Freedom of Information requests.

  • For further detail on how we handle information you send us, please see our Privacy Statement.

  • Further information about reporting suspicious emails to the NCSC can be found at www.ncsc.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails.

Thank you for your continued support.

Signed

National Cyber Security Centre

Protect Yourself from Scammers: Beware of Phishing Emails Offering Argos Ninja Air Fryer


Reported and Forwarded the screenshots to report@phishing.gov.uk and received their reply below:

Thank you for forwarding a suspicious message to us. Timely alerts from people like you help us to act quickly and protect many more people from being affected.


As of January 31st 2023, the number of reports received stand at more than 17,358,300 with the removal of more than 114,100 scams across 209,500 URLs.


We are unable to inform you of the outcome of our review, but we can confirm that we do act upon every message received.

We will analyse the content of the email you have sent to us and any websites it links to. If we discover activity that we believe to be malicious, we may:

  • seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails

  • work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites

  • raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners

Please note…

You should not report a suspected crime to us. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:

  • to Action Fraud if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland: www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040

  • to Police Scotland if you live in Scotland: call 101

There are a number of ways you can protect yourself from attacks like this and the NCSC has published plenty of advice that will help you to stay secure online; for example:

For a full overview of the NCSC’s advice for the general public please see our dedicated individuals and families webpage.

How we handle the information you send to us

  • Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of an individual’s data, which is sent at your own risk. We do however have procedures and security features in place to keep data secure once we receive it.

  • We may share details with various government departments, our Law Enforcement partners (such as the National Crime Agency and the City of London Police) and other organisations where doing so is necessary and proportionate for the proper discharge of our statutory functions. We won’t share an individual’s information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.

  • The information we hold is exempt from Freedom of Information requests.

  • For further detail on how we handle information you send us, please see our Privacy Statement.

  • Further information about reporting suspicious emails to the NCSC can be found at www.ncsc.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails.

Thank you for your continued support.

Signed

National Cyber Security Centre


Protect Yourself from Scammers: Beware of Phishing Emails Offering Argos Ninja Air Fryer


Reported and Forwarded the screenshots to report@phishing.gov.uk and received their reply below:

Thank you for forwarding a suspicious message to us. Timely alerts from people like you help us to act quickly and protect many more people from being affected.


As of January 31st 2023, the number of reports received stand at more than 17,358,300 with the removal of more than 114,100 scams across 209,500 URLs.


We are unable to inform you of the outcome of our review, but we can confirm that we do act upon every message received.

We will analyse the content of the email you have sent to us and any websites it links to. If we discover activity that we believe to be malicious, we may:

  • seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails

  • work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites

  • raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners

Please note…

You should not report a suspected crime to us. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:

  • to Action Fraud if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland: www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040

  • to Police Scotland if you live in Scotland: call 101

There are a number of ways you can protect yourself from attacks like this and the NCSC has published plenty of advice that will help you to stay secure online; for example:

For a full overview of the NCSC’s advice for the general public please see our dedicated individuals and families webpage.

How we handle the information you send to us

  • Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of an individual’s data, which is sent at your own risk. We do however have procedures and security features in place to keep data secure once we receive it.

  • We may share details with various government departments, our Law Enforcement partners (such as the National Crime Agency and the City of London Police) and other organisations where doing so is necessary and proportionate for the proper discharge of our statutory functions. We won’t share an individual’s information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.

  • The information we hold is exempt from Freedom of Information requests.

  • For further detail on how we handle information you send us, please see our Privacy Statement.

  • Further information about reporting suspicious emails to the NCSC can be found at www.ncsc.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails.

Thank you for your continued support.

Signed

National Cyber Security Centre


Top 10 scam calls plaguing the UK

In the past six months, there were more than 3.4m searches for phone contract scams on the website Who Called Me - a site that helps you es...