In addition to the ASNR image, the email may also contain that of the GNR and the PSP and state that it is related to the latest campaign "At the wheel, the cell phone can wait". However, the National Road Safety Authority warns that this is a 'phishing' scheme, "an attempt to obtain information on behalf of an entity, so you should not follow any indication of these emails".
"We inform you that all ANSR notifications are made by mail", adds the organisation.
In November, the ASNR also detected a fraudulent scheme to deceive citizens. "Fraudulent emails sent on behalf of this Authority were identified, which notify people of a misdemeanor notice, indicating a link to access the document of the respective notice".
If you have any questions, or if you have received any of the emails mentioned above, you can contact the National Road Safety Authority via +351214236800 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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