The Czech Association of Bailiffs has warned against a spate of fraudulent emails sent in in its name in which people are asked to pay non-existent debts. Hundreds of people have reportedly called in to inquire about the mails. The association’s spokesperson has warned the public not to respond to these requests, send money to the stated accounts and ideally not to open any attachments. She moreover pointed out that bailiffs do not as a rule correspond with debtors by email.
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