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Bogus parcel non-delivery email

Warwickshire residents have reported receiving a bogus email, falsely claiming to have been sent by Royal Mail, stating that a package could not be delivered and asking the recipient to click on a link to arrange re-delivery. The email also asks the recipient to divulge their email address, postal address and email password. Never click on a link in a suspicious email or divulge personal details such as passwords. Residents are warned to be especially aware of postal scams as Christmas approaches. More Royal Mail scam advice

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