NHS Test Kit Scam linked to nhs-rapid-testkit .com

NHS Test Kit Scam linked to nhs-rapid-testkit .com

Scammers are sending the NHS Test Kit scam text below to potential victims with a link to the website: nhs-rapid-testkit .com. The aim of the NHS Test Kit scam, which claims the recipients have been in contact with someone who has Omicron, is to frighten and trick them into clicking the link. The link goes to a phishing website that steals personal and financial information.

The NHS Test Kit Scam Text

From: +44 7511 179403

NHS: You have been in contact with someone who has Omicron. Book a Test Kit today: hxxps://nhs-rapid-testkit.com
NHS Rapid Test Kit Scam at nhs-rapid-testkit .com

On the phishing website, visitors will be asked to purchase a testing kit and will be asked for personal and financial information in order to do so. But, if the requested information is submitted, it will be sent to the scammers behind the fake text, who will use it fraudulently.

If you have been tricked into submitting your financial information at hxxps://nhs-rapid-testkit.com, please contact your bank for help.

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  • February 28, 2022 at 11:27 AM by an anonymous user from: West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

    Yh, I can confirm this is a NHS test and trace scam.

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NHS Test Kit Scam linked to nhs-rapid-testkit .com