on 06-08-2019 03:26
Clearly it must be a scam. Anyone else get it?
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06-08-2019 04:14 - edited 06-08-2019 04:23
@Jay222019 It's most definitely a scam. Don't click on the link. A PAC is only used if you're going to switch networks and want to keep your number. They are issued by the network, so you don't have the facility to update anything concerned with it.
Edit: Please also take a look at this link: https://www.o2.co.uk/help/safety-and-security/phishing-and-smishing-advice
on 06-08-2019 06:14
I did click on the link. It takes you to an O2 log in page. I have my login details saved so when my email address wasn’t already on the screen I was suspicious. I didn’t enter my log in details so hoping it didn’t open any access.
on 06-08-2019 11:18
@Jay222019 @mrsbaker1 There's a lot of useful info on how to deal with this as well here, and one of the first things you can do to report a suspicious text is to forward the message to 7726. You may get an automated response thanking you for the report and giving you further instructions if needed. And don't worry, you will not be charged for sending texts to 7726.
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