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If you’ve already clicked one of the malicious links, Action Fraud advises clearing your website browsing history and deleting all cookies.You can do this in the Settings menu of your browser.“If you click on the convincing looking URL you will be taken to a fake website designed to trick you into handing over personal information,” Action Fraud has warned.The organisation says that following one of the fake links could enable the criminals behind them to install cookies on your browser that track your online activities.Whats App users in the UK are being warned about a new scam message that claims to contain details about a free £100 voucher from supermarket firm Sainsbury's.
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A fake Asda voucher message seen by the displays the message, “Hello, ASDA is giving away £250 Free Voucher to celebrate 68th anniversary, go here to get it,” alongside a cleverly formulated url that you should not click.
It appears to link to the real ASDA website, but uses a đ – a character known as a dyet – in place of a regular d.
Worse still, these messages are coming from trusted contacts, who are being encouraged to send the fake vouchers to as many people as possible.
The scam was spotted by Action Fraud, which says it’s aware of fake vouchers claiming to be from Asda, Topshop, Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Asda, Nike, Lidl, Aldi and Singapore Airlines.