1. Fake Microsoft Support Email Links to Survey Scam

    A scam email that is currently hitting inboxes purports to be from Microsoft Support and claims that your message was not sent.

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  2. ASB Bank ‘Multiple Sign In Error’ Phishing Scam Emails

    Customers of New Zealand based bank ASB are advised to watch for scam emails claiming that they must click a link to verify their accounts.

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  3. Tim Hortons ‘New Year Voucher’ Facebook Scam

    According to a post being shared on Facebook, Tim Hortons is celebrating New Year by giving everyone a free voucher worth $50. 

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  4. Tesco Bank Free Vouchers Phishing Scam

    Email claims that Tesco Bank is giving customers a chance to shop for free by handing out Tesco store vouchers.

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  5. Potentially Misleading ‘Tip’ about iPhone Emergency SOS Function

    According to a post that is currently circulating on Facebook you can use the SOS feature included with Apple iPhones to "send a ping to the nearest police station". The post claims that after you swipe SOS and your GPS sends the ping, a police officer will be dispatched immediately to your exact location. 

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