Ciudad Real: Traffic warns of fraud that uses fines as a hook

Ciudad Real: Traffic warns of fraud that uses fines as a hook
Ciudad Real: Traffic warns of fraud that uses fines as a hook

They are not sent by SMS or email. Traffic warns that notifications of fines reach drivers by post or through the Electronic Road Management Service, if they are registered for that service. The rest are frauds that the DGT itself has taken charge of alerting drivers against the mass sending of messages and emails that use fines as a hook. “If you receive an SMS of this type, it is best to delete it,” says Traffic. “Never click on the indicated link or interact with it. If you receive it by email, classify it as “junk mail” and send it to the trash,” it recommends.

In both cases, it is recommended to contact INCIBE (National Institute of Cybersecurity) through https://www.incibe.es/ciudadania/ayuda/reporte-de-fraude to report these frauds. INCIBE-CERT is the Security Incident Response Center of reference for citizens and private law entities in Spain and provides an email address on the above website for cybersecurity incidents along with a contact form.

If you have accidentally interacted with the link, you should never provide any personal information and, if you have done so or made any payment, you should contact the relevant authorities and law enforcement agencies to report the fraud and file a complaint.

 
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