Apparently I owe my dentist just over £9k. I hope that was a good set of teeth they provided, cos that’s might expensive for a regular check-up visit.
Someone is using the website of a legitimate organisation to host malware (I’ve emailed xero.com to let them know).
I haven’t clicked on the link, but I’ll take bets it takes you to a download infected with malware.
I also noticed that the scammer(s) appears to be using a legitimate email address as the “reply to” address. I’ll take more bets that the person who’s email that is will be getting more than a little fed up with people sending angry emails to her.
Please be clear – this has NOTHING to do with medscreen.co.uk or xero.com. Both are just innocent victims being used by the scammers to make their invoice appear legitimate.
There is no point in replying to the email and complaining. The lady who it will go to can do nothing – this scam has nothing to do with her. Just delete the email.
Here’s an overdue payment reminder for invoice INV-728 for 9187.800 GBP.
The amount outstanding of 9187.800 GBP is overdue since 6 May 2017.
View your bill online: https://in.xero.com/MVbuyuZUAfkcfKIqktTgojsdRFPozjoN
From your online bill you can print a PDF, export a CSV, or create a free login and view your outstanding bills.
If you have any questions, please let us know.
Church Street Dental Practice