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FW: MOBILE PHONE WARNING FROM THE POLICE

IMPORTANT READ........

MOBILE PHONE WARNING FROM THE POLICE

The following message has been received from the Police & authenticated through the Police Education Resources Branch.

Is now forwarded for your information: "Please be aware of the following: If you get a phone call on your mobile from a cellnet or vodafone engineer, telling you that they are doing a check on your phone and that you have to press #90 or 90# END THE CALL IMMEDIATELY.

There is a fraud company on the go who have devised a device that once you have pressed #90 / 90# they can access your SIM card and make calls From it at your expense. Tell as many people as you know that have mobiles.

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