Fake Texts from NHS For COVID-19 Passes

Please be aware of fake texts for NHS COVID-19 Passes made to look like they were sent from NHS-NoReply.

The message, which claims to be an official communication from the National Health Service (NHS), reads: "NHS: We've noticed you haven't applied for your COVID pass, please follow the link to complete registration to avoid fees...". The message then links to a website made to look like a real NHS platform that asks the recipient to provide personal details, supposedly for registration purposes, but which could be used to undertake identity fraud.

If you receive these messages, you should not only avoid these scams, but also report them to Action Fraud

Published: Jan 20, 2022

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