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Phishing Alert "Your Account Update"

There is another new phishing email doing the rounds, any email that asks you for your password will always be fake and just intended to trick you into handing over your login details. Never tell anyone (even if they claim to be us) your password as no-one but yourself will ever need it.
If you have accidentally replied to the email we highly recommend that you change your password immediately to prevent any unauthorised access to your account.

Originally Written: 24-Nov-2010 09:14, Last Updated: 06-Nov-2014 12:29

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