Schedule-royalmail.co.uk is a Scam Website

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The website schedule-royalmail.co.uk is a Schedule Royal Mail scam. The fake Royal Mail website steals personal and credit card information by claiming visitors need to submit the information in order to reschedule their mail delivery. If you have visited the websites and have submitted the requested information, please contact your bank for help. Let your bank know you have unknowingly submitted your information on a fake website.

Schedule-royalmail.co.uk is a Scam Website
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  • November 30, 2020 at 9:37 AM by an anonymous user from: Eastleigh, England, United Kingdom

    recently received an sms from 'Royal Mail' saying that I had missed a delivery and needed to schedule. It said to go to schedule-royalmail.co.uk and enter my details. I was presented with a website with 2 tabs. it looked official but I was suspicious as it was asking for my full details and then the second tab was going to ask for a payment. I have never previously had to do this so I closed the website. It seems that this is a scam website but somehow this sms had no number and was just called 'Royal Mail' so managed to appear in the same message stream as my previous offical Royal Mail delivery/tracking notifications!

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