Service Update

There are no known issues at present.

Update from IWASP Scam Alerts

• Be wary of emails and texts from delivery companies including Royal Mail there have been reports of a scam email advising that delivery of a parcel was unsuccessful and asking you to click on a link to reschedule. Remember NEVER click on links in messages and always check the sender email address to see if it is legitimate.


• Action Fraud is warning people selling items online to be on the lookout for criminals sending fake paypal emails – Criminals have been targeting people selling items online, by sending them emails purporting to be from PayPal. The emails trick victims into believing they have received payment for the items they’re selling on the platform. This is really worrying at this time of year when we are all trading a lot more online.


• A message purporting to be Apple is being received in text and email form – it advises that you cant access your account and Apple services and that you need to verify your account. Do not click on the links in the message and always check the sender email address to see if it legitimate.


• Reports of large amounts of phone calls purporting to be Sky technical. If in doubt check with your provider.

Scams aren’t going away – they are constantly evolving and we have to work hard to keep ourselves safe.

Scam emails can be forwarded to report@phishing.gov.uk

Stay Safe

Kind Regards,

WightFibre Customer Service Team


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