10 Olympics-Themed Phishing Scams To Avoid At All Costs
Cash Is King
The recipient receives an email purporting to be from a specific individual who claims to be the "London Olympic Cash Officer" (Where do we apply for this job?), stating that the recipient was selected at random to receive a cash prize of more than 1.6 million GBP. To receive the payment, they have to submit their details to the sender. An email address and phone number are included. Do you suppose the Olympic Cash Officer is subject to random pocket searches?
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