What should I do with the Phishing e-mail rubbish I continue to receive?
Today's included a purported Lloyds Bank e-mail telling me that my account had been suspended. I forwarded it to: email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org and then deleted it.
I have done this dozens of times without any acknowledgement. Am I wasting my time? Is anybody dealing with this problem?
I also get my share of e-mails offering me a share of a deceased beneficiary's funds, or telling me I have won first prize in an un-entered lottery. What should I do with these? Do the Police want them?
I also get e-mails offering me loans from unregulated and dubious organisations. I know the FSA does not do anything useful but surely it should be interested in this sort of thing.Report