Omicron Text Scam - PCR Test Kit Purchase at mypcr-test.com

The fake NHS Omicron text message below is a scam. The fake text, which claims recipients have been in contact with someone who has the Omicron variant and they must order a free PCR testing kit at mypcr-test.com, is being sent by scammers.

Omicron Text Scam - PCR Test Kit Purchase at mypcr-test.com

The Omicron PCR Test Text Scam

NHS: You have been in contact with someone who has the Omicron Variant. You must order a free PCR testing kit here: hxxps://mypcr-test.com

The domain mypcr-test.com was registered or created today and it's Whois information shows it is not associated with the government. Also, it is now being redirected to the NHS' website, which means the scam has been discovered and taken down.

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Omicron Text Scam - PCR Test Kit Purchase at mypcr-test.com