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Scammers Pose As Financial Cops In Latest Email Scam
GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The RCIPS is warning the public that an email purporting to be from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit circulating Friday morning is a scam.
The police warned anyone who has received the email that this is not legitimate, and the link in the email should not be clicked on. They said that originating email, email@example.com, does not exist, and that those with candw.ky email addresses appear so far to be the main recipients of this phishing exercise.
The email (see below) implies that a complaint has been made to the police about a message from their email account and asks them to click on the link.
From: Royal Cayman Islands Police Service [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2017 8:17 AM
Subject: Royal Cayman Islands Police Service
We receive various complaint from Flow Cayman email provider and we receive complaint of abuse from your Flow Email Contact
The Financial Crime
Unit of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
69A Elgin Avenue,
George Town, Grand Cayman
We care We listen, We Act.