Royaimail Co UK Scam - Royal Mail Reschedule Text Message
Scammers are sending out a fake text message with a link to a fake Royal Mail located at royaimail.co.uk. The legitimate Royal Mail website is located at royalmail.co.uk. If you look at the fake website's address, you will notice that the scammers replace the "l" with "i" in royalmail.co.uk.
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.
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