Vodafone customers are being warned about emails they may receive which will try and trick them into clicking on what looks like a genuine link to the mobile providers website.
The phishing emails look genuine but the senders address is not a Vodafone address.
— GetSafeOnline.org (@GetSafeOnline) 2 August 2017
Get Safe Online – a free service for consumers and small businesses offering expert, practical, impartial advice for staying safe online – yesterday tweeted a copy of the authentic-looking correspondence.
Vodafone advised recipients of the emails not to click the dodgy links or reply to the email instead if you receive a suspicious email that claims to be from Vodafone, forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.