If you’re a Subway customer in the UK, beware. UK customers are receiving scam emails as part of a phishing attack. Users are receiving emails which claim to be an order confirmation from the fast-food chain but contain links to malware.
DO NOT click any links on the email or reply to the email. Mark the email as junk or spam and delete it.
“Subway customers in the UK are receiving scam emails as part of a phishing attack.
Users took to social media to complain about the emails, which claim to be an order confirmation from the fast-food chain and contain links to malware.
The emails also use the victims’ names, and appear to come from the chain’s Subcard loyalty scheme.
Subway has not said whether its databases have been compromised or what the source of the scam is.
But the firm has acknowledged that there is a problem.
A spokesperson for the company said: “We are aware of some disruption to our email systems and understand some of our guests have received an unauthorised email.” It apologised for any inconvenience and advised people to delete the email……..read more “
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