Morrisons is aware of a string of scams that are being sent to customers impersonating various different brands, including Morrisons, via SMS messages. But, Morrisons will never ask for any personal information through text messages, and any SMS communication from them does not come from a mobile number. Morrisons would like to remind their customers that they should never click on suspicious links, but if they are unsure about any communication claiming to be from Morrisons, they contact Morrisons's customer services team.
An Morrisons Package Scam Text
Your Morrisons order is out for delivery, visit[url] to track your order and view your delivery note.
The public should be aware that these campaigns are not limited to the Morrisons, or Asda brand, and they may receive messages quoting the names of other major supermarket chains.
If you receive suspicious texts like these, please contact the supermarket if you shop with them and verify. Also, forward any scam texts to 7726, which is a free reporting service ran by Ofcom. We must share this vital intelligence with authorities so that they can grasp the full extent of this problem.
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