The website, royalmail.to, is a fake Royal Mail website that steals personal information, credit card, and financial information. If you were tricked into submitting your credit card information on the fake website, please contact your bank immediately. Let your bank know that you unknowingly submitted your credit card on a phishing website. The fake Royal Mail GB website is just one of many Royal Mail scam being used by online scammers, therefore, caution should be taken when following instructions in Royal Mail emails or text messages.
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