And, if you are asked to visit a website and ask to enter your banking or credit card information after following a link in an email or text that claims it is from the Royal Mail, please don't. This is because you may have been tricked into visiting a phishing or fake Royal Mail website created by cybercriminals that steals personal and financial information.
If you were tricked by a Royal Mail scam into submitting financial information on a fake website, please contact your bank for help, and check your statements for unauthorised transactions and report them to your bank.
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