Acorn Engineering Limited trading – unpaid invoice- court action- fake excel xls malware — 2 Comments

  1. Great post, I pick all these spoofs up from a mile away but I’m sure many don’t. Apart from the obvious deletion, is there any way we, the innocent recipients, can fight back? There must be someone on the right side of the law who can write an equally aggressive attachment that we can send back?

    • The only thing that you can do is delete them. They all come from infected/compromised computers or servers so any retaliation just affects a perfectly innocent person. who was infected.
      Never reply to the emails or try to contact the company by email or phone. All that does is block staff at the company dealing with proper work and block their lines up

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