April 23

The Coronavirus scams you need to avoid

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The Coronavirus scams you need to avoid

We’re helping every person and business in Edinburgh and East Central Scotland to stay safe, by issuing this urgent advisory.

Hackers have become very creative in the last few weeks, leveraging the Coronavirus pandemic to target people.

We’ve seen a massive surge in attacks. So we’ve compiled a list of some of the most recent scams dreamed up by hackers and phone fraudsters.

Fill in your details here to get this urgent advisory emailed to you NOW.

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