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Dodgy SMS

Wife received an SMS today.

I said I'd look into it but after looking at it I reckon it's a scam.

Can anyone Telstra confirm?

 

Cheers

RG

 

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Re: Dodgy SMS

I'd treat it with caution.

You could contact Telstra and enquire if  your existing service is about to end.

https://www.telstra.com.au/chatnow/landing?pageId=https%3a%2f%2flivechat.telstra.com%2f

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