Telstra customers the target of phishing scam

TELSTRA has warned customers of a phishing email that has fraudulently being circulated. 

The latest phishing e-mail states customers are required to update their billing information, because of the introduction of the next generation of 4G services on the 700MHz spectrum.

It adds the first 100 customers to update their billing information via the link in the email, will receive 'a very special gift', the 'new iPhone 6 Plus'.

The email also falsely claims Telstra is 'giving away 1000 contracts for one year with free talknights, weekends and unlimited text messages'.

This email is a fake- the only 'very special gift' you may get if you click on the link is malware being placed on your computer or device, and your personal details compromised and used illegally by third parties.

If you receive this email do not open and delete it .

Click here for more information 

More info here.



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