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Notification Date: 2/09/2013
Notification Number: 138418369
Mandate Number: 6626192
###THIS IS AN AUTO NOTIFICATION EMAIL. DO NOT REPLY TO THE SENDER OF THIS EMAIL. IF YOU HAVE A QUERY PLEASE REFER TO THE INFORMATION BELOW ###
This is notification that Land Registry will debit 202.00 GBP from your nominated account on or as soon as possible before 10/09/2013.
Details of fees that we shall be collecting by direct debit for the applications charged are now available to view.
You can access these by opening attached report.
If you have an enquiry relating to your VDD account please contact Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0844 892 1111. For all enquiries, please quote your key number.
Land Registry is the definitive source of information for more than 23 million property titles in England and Wales. Since 1862 we have provided security and confidence in one of the most active property and mortgage markets in the world. We are working to support economic growth and data transparency as part of the Public Data Group. Find out more at www.landregistry.gov.uk
Have you received an unexpected email from us relating to "Notification of Direct Debit Fees"?
Please delete the email. It is a spoof mail and does not originate from Land Registry, although it is made to look like it has (Land Registry Direct Debit emails do not have a zipped attachment).
If you have already opened any attachments or clicked on any links then please arrange for a virus scan to be run on your computer.
Guidance on dealing with suspect email can be found on our website here: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/announ...
The criminals responsible for this campaign hope that at least a few recipients will be panicked into opening the attached file in the mistaken belief that an unexpected fee is about to be debited from their accounts.
Scammers commonly use fake billing notification emails to distribute malware. Some companies or departments may provide information to customers via an attached file such as a .pdf. However, any such attachment that contains a .exe file, either directly or hidden in a .zip file, should be treated with extreme caution.
Last updated: September 10, 2013
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