NHS Test and Trace guidance – Monday, 1 June, 2020
Unfortunately, criminals will exploit every opportunity they can to defraud innocent people of their money, or steal their personal details.
It is important to remember that NHS Test and Trace will never ask you for any form of payment or any passwords or PINs. They will also never ask you to download anything, ask any details about your bank account or send someone to your home.
Whilst it is possible for criminals to spoof official phone numbers, they cannot fake official website addresses. We would encourage anyone with concerns about a phone call, text message or email they have received, in relation to Test and Trace, to check the website address being provided to you carefully. If possible, type the official address, which will be
followed by unique characters given to you, directly into your browser.
Test and Tracer callers will NEVER
Reporting rogue emails and texts
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Sam Hancock (Police, Cyber Protect Officer, Leicestershire)