Chatham-Kent police advise citizens regarding suspicious E-mails

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

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The Chatham-Kent police would like to inform citizens about a suspicious email that was recently reported.
A resident of Chatham received a couple emails this past weekend from an unknown source purporting to be from a local business requesting that the recipient provide their information and sign up for a credit card.  The man called the business as he believed the emails were suspicious in nature.  The business confirmed that they did not send any emails regarding credit cards and that he should disregard the emails as they were fraudulent.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service would like to remind all citizens not to click on links in emails from an unknown source.  You could unknowingly compromise your computer.  Citizens should never provide personal information to strangers or unsolicited sources.  Should you receive an email you believe is fraudulent, please contact the police.
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