This FAKE Vodafone bill has all signs of a Fraud email with all of its mistakes and signs to watch out for.

Not being aware of these emails and not noticing the tell tail signs makes it easy to be tricked into clicking the pay now or account links.


Constant reminders of how to recognize and avoid these scams does help.

Don't let your family or friends be ripped off. make sure anyone you know is aware of these types of scams.


Bad from address

noreply@vodafonenz.com


Incorrect account number


Account sent 10/01/2020 and due 01/01/2022


A November bill dated December headed Your Junuary Bill


The My Account link and the Get Bill paid buttons take you to https://teslive.eu


Non-existent attached bill









Compare this REAL Vodafone Bill



Valid from email address

Valid account number

Valid billing dates / months

Correct spelling of January


Buttons and links that take you to actual Vodafone addresses

https://www.vodafone.co.nz


















Always check emails validity - Never click links in emails without checking - banks will NEVER give you a link to a login - Don't let your family or friends be ripped off. make sure anyone you know is aware of these types of scams.

Urgent Notification : Your vehicle's licence (rego) expires soon


Watch out for this FAKE NZTA email some of the links in the email do take you to the actual NZTA web site

The Renew Now button however does NOT!!

Hovering over the button you can see it would take you https://archetypalmedianew...


DO NOT Click the link


The from email address is invalid inf@transport


Typical Urgent request pressuring a quick response



Don't fall for this IRD scam email.



Another Scam email trying to steal your hard earned money. If you can please warn anyone you think may fall for this scam.


This email has the classic scam signs

From address not a govt.nz address


Addressed to Undisclosed recipients


Dear, **(Blank)**


The link - Login to myIR does NOT take you to IRD myIR





Always check emails validity - Never click links in emails without checking - banks will NEVER give you a link to a login - Don't let your family or friends be ripped off. make sure anyone you know is aware of these types of scams.