Scam recipe: the company received a “half-Lithuanian” letter with Hungarian spices

On Friday, the Virtual Police issued a warning on Facebook about how one company operating in Lithuania sent e-mails. a “half-Lithuanian letter” was sent to the post office.

The subject and text of the letter are written in Lithuanian, while the attachment is in Hungarian.

The email is created for fraudulent purposes. Be critical.

“It’s a scam, and the email mail created for fraud purposes. Be vigilant and evaluate information critically,” PVP urges company employees and all residents at the same time.

After receiving such letters, first check the contacts of the institutions mentioned in the letter – on their official websites or with the help of Google.

Also, do not open any links in the emails or provide any personal information.

Photo from PVP Facebook profile/Mail sent by scammers

Ignore such emails and delete them immediately, the patrol advises.
If you have been victimized by fraudsters, it is suggested to report it to the police using the electronic services portal

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