Dear Valued Customer,
“Phishing” uses fraudulent email messages designed to impersonate a legitimate person or organisation and trick the recipient into downloading harmful attachments or divulging sensitive information, such as passwords, bank
account numbers and Social Security numbers. It is also one of the most common methods that hackers use to attempt to gain access to sensitive information.
In recent days, we’ve learned of a new phishing attack that attempts to draw the attention of recipients with the subject line “Samsung Galaxy S9 is something for which World is going Crazy!!! Here is your chance to win the ever trending beauty in JUST R22. TOTAL DUE TODAY! R22 - Confirm here - BE WISE & HURRY UPPP!!!! This email is the final reminder
In the event that you receive a message fitting this description, close the message immediately.
However, some spam may occasionally get through to your inbox, so please use extreme caution and report it.
Consumers should be advised that all competitions and promotions undertaken by Samsung Electronics South Africa will always be displayed on the company's web site (www.samsung.com).