THAILAND Post today (March 31) warned the public to beware of a fake email survey mounted in its name and offering those who fill out a questionnaire and reveal their personal information a chance to win mobile phones in lucky draws, Thai News Agency reported.
The postal service company said many people had already been tricked into revealing their personal data in this manner.
Thailand Post added that it only shares important information and updates via its Facebook page, Twitter and website www.thailandpost.co.th. Those who have any inquiries are urged to contact its call center at 1545.
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