FHI issues warning about fake emails with “health surveys”

FHI scamPhoto: Printscreen / FHI / NTB
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The National Institute of Public Health (FHI) issues a warning after being notified that fake emails have been sent out that may look like FHI surveys.

Assistant director Gun Peggy Knudsen at the FHI noted in a press release that the Institute has not sent out such surveys.

Recipients should not click on the links in the email.

“Thanks for notifying us about this. We investigated the case. We want to warn against opening the emails and clicking on the links,” Knudsen said.

In the email, recipients are asked to open a link with a fake survey.

The graphic profile of the email is similar to that of the FHI, and in the “sender” field, it says the “National Institute of Public Health,” but several different emails that are not FHI emails are used in the scamming campaign.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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