PHISHING: Hackers send e-mails similar to those of CPAM Health Insurance to retrieve banking information …
The gendarmerie has launched a call for vigilance on Twitter , in connection with an extensive campaign of phishing on the Internet. Hackers pose as CPAM, who deal with health insurance in order to hand over bank details via email, reports LCI .
In the message header, there is a faithful reproduction of the logo of Ameli.fr . The email request to inform username and password before entering bank information in order to receive a refund.
Report fraud as soon as possible
The link provided is obviously wrong, the many spelling mistakes and French easily put on the track. “The site of the Health Insurance ” Ameli ” will never ask for your bank details. Do not get phish! “Insists the tweet of the gendarmerie.
#Phishing Alors que le @FIC_fr bat son plein, une arnaque sur le site de l’assurance maladie #ameli a été signalée ➡️ Restez vigilants et ne donnez pas vos coordonnées bancaires ???? #Cybersécurité pic.twitter.com/Ivocatsm4i
— GendarmerieNationale (@Gendarmerie) January 24, 2018
If you receive this email, delete it immediately. If you have already opened and clicked on the link, immediately reset your username and password and make a complaint to the Gendarmes. Do not then forget to report fraudulent link to the government or the Pharos platform to allow for an investigation and the end of the scam.