Emirates Post warns residents against scam

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A warning has been issued against fraudsters targeting UAE residents through SMS, WhatsApp messages and surveys with payment links impersonating Emirates Post.

They took to their official Twitter account to elaborate more on how to avoid and report these messages. 

The scammers usually ask for credit cards, debit cards or personal details. Those who have encountered this must guard their personal information and report any suspicious activity to custservice@emiratespost.ae or call 600 599999.

You can also visit the Emirates Post website for more information on dealing with scammers. 

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