This Phishing scams pretents to be a Dropbox file transfer
Here is what the email looks like...
Action: Do not click on any link in the email. Delete it immediately.
This purpose of this email is to attempt to steal your Office 365 login details.
Here is how the phishing scam works...
Important Announcement (updated 15 September 2020)
In the light of the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic Easykey staff are limiting time in the office at the Harlow Enterprise Hub and working remotely from home.
Telephone communications will continue unaffected.
We will continue to be able to make and receive telephone calls and our telephone answering service will continue to take messages and pass them on to us as usual.
Onsite or Face to Face Contact
To minimise risk we will aim to offer support remotely wherever possible.
Should we need to meet face to face we ask that you pre-arrange with us a mutually convenient time.
Whether at our premises or visiting you onsite, Easykey staff will wear a face mask and use hand sanitiser and would ask you to do the same.
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