Currys Smeg Kettle Scam Emails Which Appear to be from PC World

Currys Smeg Kettle Scam Emails Which Appear to be from PC World

Potential victims are receiving e-mails from scammers which appear to be from 'Currys/PC World,' claiming they have 'won' a Smeg kettle and they needed to pay £3 in order to receive their gift. But, if they make the payment, the scammers will take £49.99 and other amounts from their accounts claiming they have subscribed to some so-called service.

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Currys Smeg Kettle Scam Emails Which Appear to be from PC World