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House of Travel Warns of Email Scam Targeting Kiwis

House of Travel Warns of Email Scam Targeting Kiwis
By Fleur Revell
16 May 2014
House of Travel has issued a warning to New Zealanders to beware of an email scam currently circulating.

The scam involves an email claiming to be sent from House of Travel offering $1,000 worth of vouchers using the url greatkiwivoucher.com.

The email may have the recipient’s email address in the body of the email and instructs them to claim their prize by clicking on a link and providing contact and bank account details.

Along with House of Travel, other well known local brands are also mentioned in the email.

Please be aware that this email is a scam and is in no way affiliated with House of Travel.

If you see this email please delete it straight away.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to ring your nearest House of Travel outlet on 0800 713 715 or email feedback@hot.co.nz


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