“We are aware that an email has been sent which appears to be from [email protected],” the watchdog said. “This email was not sent by the FCA and recipients should delete the email without opening.” In December the watchdog admitted its email system had been “spoofed” by a third party which attempted to hack the system and spread malware.
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