Report misleading websites, emails, phone numbers, phone calls or text messages you think may be suspicious especially throughout the current COVID-19 crisis.
Do not give out any of your private information (such as bank details or passwords), reply to text messages, download attachments or click on any links in emails if you’re not sure they’re genuine.
Misleading websites, emails and phone numbers
Some websites, emails or phone numbers can look like they’re part of an official government service or that they provide more help than they actually do.
This might mean you pay for services that you could get cheaper or for free if you used the official government service, for example renewing a passport.
Search on GOV.UK to find official government services and phone numbers – for example if you want to apply for a driving licence or a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).
You can report a misleading website, email or phone number to:
- Action Fraud
- Google if it appears as an advert in their search results
- Bing if it appears as an advert in their search results
Click here for full article published on the Government website: https://www.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails-websites-phishing