There have been a number of scam e-mails circulating which allege that the recipient has broken a speed limit somewhere in the country. The e-mail invites you to click on a link for further details. Every one of these e-mails is fraudulent. If you were to exceed a speed limit you would receive an official letter through the post addressed to the registered keeper of the vehicle concerned and not an e-mail PLEASE DON’T CLICK ON LINKS OR ATTACHMENTS IN UNSOLICITED E-MAILS

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