A sneaky one this, as it was sent to a Tiscali email address. If you make the mistake of clicking on the link (which is now flagged as a scam by most browsers) you will find the scammer is asking you for ALL your credit card info, including your mother’s maiden name. (see screen shot at the bottom of this post).
NEVER click on a link in an email from your email/internet provider. ALWAYS log directly into your account.
If you think you might have accidentally given your credit card details to a scammer, contact your bank immediately.
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