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Just received this email. It’s weird.

It’s effectively an application form for fixed rate bonds, seemingly endorsed by Martin Lewis’ outfit.

The form is poorly formatted and the links off the form are incomplete.


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Is it genuine? The English is rather poor and there’s no mention of a relationship on either the MSE or MS websites.


I vote SCAM

What email address is masked by the sender’s name?


I vote scam too. There’s nothing on the MSE related website and you’d expect there to be with something like this.

Forward it to [email protected], then in gmail:

  1. On a computer, go to Gmail.
  2. Open the message.
  3. Next to Reply Reply, click More More.
  4. Click Report phishing.

Finally, archive the email or delete it from your system.


The button and the text are dodgily formatted, not to mention the poor English


Yep, thought it was wonky, thanks.

(Now, about my £20,000……:flushed:).

I’ve added a “Scams” tag, just in case scams become a thing…:face_with_raised_eyebrow:. I was going to add “Thieving Bastards” but reigned myself in…


Yep looks dodgy to me as well.

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If you’re almost certainly a scam. not a member of Money Saving Expert it’s spam and therefore almost certainly a scam. If you are a member the email should include at least something which you shared with them just to indicate it’s you they are writing to.

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So, clearly last year’s email was a scam - glad I avoided that one.

Which means I’ve even more cash to spend here:

That and my Monzo’s shares…… is there no end to my good fortune ? :sunglasses:

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Looks like the police didn’t catch the guy behind your emails!

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