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Possible Fraud e-mail

necrodeathhead Avatar
9y, 4d agoPosted 9 years, 4 days ago
I received an e-mail today from what looked like quidco.I clicked on the link and my Norton blocked it as it wasnt safe.

Here is what I received

Hello ,

We've just updated your ticket. Please log in to your Quidco account
and click on 'My Earnings' and then the 'Enquiries' tab or you can go
directly to https://senatus.quidco.com/view-ticket/t/ after logging
in to view this update.

If the above link is not working, try copying it directly into your
web-browser. Some e-mail programs may split the link over two lines.
Make sure you copy the whole address.

Thanks!

The Quidco Team




Has anyone else received an e-mail like this.I have informed Quidco and passed on the headers from the e-mail.
necrodeathhead Avatar
9y, 4d agoPosted 9 years, 4 days ago
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#1
I have a reply from quidco

Hi, The email is from us but the url points to a private administration server of ours. This bug has been fixed (you can replace "senatus" with "www" and it should go to our normal domain. Sorry for any confusion and thanks for being vigilant! You can always see ticket updates by logging in to Quidco and clicking on the "Tickets" link or view enquiries by clicking Earnings and then the "Enquiries" tab. Hope that helps!
#2
i received one too, i clicked on it, i thought that it was something to do with my quidco enquiry?
#3
sorry just saw your reply, does that mean there was nothing wrong with the email?
#4
looks legit cos it has https infront of the link which means that it is a sucure site.
#5
Yup, I have had that loads! Its legit
#6
kk_cheung
looks legit cos it has https infront of the link which means that it is a sucure site.


Thats not a good check of whether it is a legit site or not.

Would you click https://www.imgonnastealyourcreditcardinfo.com?

Anyone can have a site with https:// links.

It just means they are stealing your information securely ;)

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