Covid-19 Passport Scam
The latest coronavirus scam is currently circulating on social media asking people for payment in exchange for a 'coronavirus digital passport'.
The email claims to come from the NHS and says it will "allow you to travel safely and freely around the world without having to self-isolate" if you've had a COVID-19 vaccine or have recently recovered from the virus.
The email states "who is eligible" and asks people to click a button at the bottom of the email to access their "digital passport." The link will then take you to a fake NHS website, where it will ask for personal information and payment details towards 'an admin fee'.
What to do?
- If you receive this email please forward it onto firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have disclosed bank account details you should contact your bank immediately and notify action fraud
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