Wilby warns customers of fraudulent spoofed calls

And old-fashioned telephone

Wilby Insurance Brokers has revealed that it has been a victim of phone spoofing.

The company took to Twitter late on Friday afternoon (1 November) to warn members of the public.

A since-deleted tweet read: “We have received reports that our main office phone number may be being spoofed to make outbound calls.

“Whilst these calls appear to be from our number, they are being made by a third party illegally and not being made by a Wilby team member or from our phone systems.”


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