Email scam targets NZPFU members

Members are currently the target of an international scam involving the purchase of iTunes vouchers.

Emails sent to members appear legitimate and purportedly originate from NZPFU Officials.

At all times we recommend you check the email address of the sender.

As these emails appear very realistic, if in any doubt, our advice is that you check directly with the Official concerned.

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