Looks like phishers are starting to make use of the flexibility of VoIP in the latest stings. Emails claiming to be from banks have a 'call center' number included. The number goes through to a VoIP service complete with fake operator on the end, who then squeezes you for personal details. Cheeky.
Let's be careful out there...
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