A Warning fraud TV license was issued, as the guardian of phishing emails imitate says scammers are to pay to those who pay the BBC license dupe.
Action Fraud, the national reporting center UK on fraud, warned a recent increase in messages & # 39; reimbursement of TV license scam sent thousands of & # 39; email addresses.
From September to October & # 39; this year, more than 2,500 complaints were sent to the Fraud & # 39; Action by nnotifikawhom about JSIS. Nearly 800 of these reports occurred between 1 and 20 & # 39; September – an average of & # 39; 40 complaints a day.
The fake emails, sent by scammers in an effort to steal bank account and personal details, say that TV Licensing been trying to keep individuals of refund for overpayment, but because details of the invalid bill was not paid.
The people that fraudsters include links to websites & # 39; conditioned TV Licensing TV are compelling designed to capture bank account and card details & # 39; credit
The victims who fall for email required a long list of & # 39; personal and financial information, including full name, date of birth, address, the telephone number, the name & # 39; unmarried mother and bank details.
Consumer group Which?, which is monitoring the situation, warned that a spammer of & # 39; often add details to "lists & # 39; sucking" a & # 39; people that & # 39; likely futures fall for scams, sold by & # 39; commonly on the dark web.
Spokesman for whom? said: "It is not clear why there was an increase in & # 39; & # 39 blows in; these emails & # 39; scam, but it will keep a close eye on the situation.
"If you enter personal details, to be overly vigilant.
"If you receive suspicious emails or postal messages odd & # 39; forward, ignore them – can be a scammer hoping to come & # 39; for the next iscam.
"Keep an eye on the credit report and bank accounts – scammers may use personal information to steal your identity and open new credit accounts or take."