The Dutch National Cyber Security Centre has made available a list of websites that are implicated in storage spoofing. For more information, please access: https://ferm-rotterdam.nl/blacklist
Business fraud can be a sophisticated scam and could be shaped as unsolicited business propositions.
- E-mail correspondence sent from (or replied requested to) free web-based e-mail accounts such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Live, etc.
- Use of mobile phone numbers and contact details that are not official company numbers
- Requests of up-front fee or any type of money payments
- Requests of personal and financial information, often at an early stage
- There is an insistence on urgency
- Misspellings, poor grammar and use of English
What to do
- Do not engage with the original sender or forward the fraudulent communication
- Do not respond or disclose your personal or financial details to unsolicited offers from people, email addresses or social media that you do not know or trust
- Please contact us and contact your relevant authorities.
Please be aware that Standic’s name and identity is being used fraudulently in these instances and we cannot accept any responsibility.