BRIC

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Tony Cook
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Re: BRIC

Post by Tony Cook » December 10th, 2020, 2:23 pm

winniewinser wrote:
December 10th, 2020, 2:09 pm
Anyone else got an email like this?

'Recycle your score to qualify for the 2021 World Rowing Indoor Championships Final'

Just wondering if it's pukka as it's asking for ID confirmation. 🤔
I got one. Was expecting it having read the qualification criteria before. Think it’s pukka.
Born 1963 6' 5" 100Kg
PBs only from 2020 - 100m 15.7s - 1min 355m - 500m 1:28.4 - 1k 3:10.6 - 2k 6:33.7 - 5k 17:34.9 - 6k 20:57.5 - 30min @ 20SPM 8,132m - 10k 36:28.0 - 1 hour 16,094m - HM 1:18:51.7

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winniewinser
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Re: BRIC

Post by winniewinser » December 10th, 2020, 3:18 pm

Tony Cook wrote:
December 10th, 2020, 2:23 pm
winniewinser wrote:
December 10th, 2020, 2:09 pm
Anyone else got an email like this?

'Recycle your score to qualify for the 2021 World Rowing Indoor Championships Final'

Just wondering if it's pukka as it's asking for ID confirmation. 🤔
I got one. Was expecting it having read the qualification criteria before. Think it’s pukka.
👍 Thx
Alex, LWTM, 6'2" 49yo, 100m 17.7, 1min 340m, 500m 1:31.9, 1km 3:16.3, 4min 1212m, 2km 6:50.2, 5km 17:59.8, 6km 22:03.6, 30' 7958m, 10km 38:18.6, 60' 15,286m, HM 1:24:08.5, FM 3:08:12.8

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Re: BRIC

Post by Citroen » December 11th, 2020, 6:18 am

Tony Cook wrote:
December 10th, 2020, 2:23 pm
winniewinser wrote:
December 10th, 2020, 2:09 pm
Anyone else got an email like this?

'Recycle your score to qualify for the 2021 World Rowing Indoor Championships Final'

Just wondering if it's pukka as it's asking for ID confirmation. 🤔
I got one. Was expecting it having read the qualification criteria before. Think it’s pukka.
Have a look at the "original message", check that the person who sent it, sent it from a valid domain that matches the domain that show up when you view it normally. Hover over any links and see where they're headed. Take a visit to https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/cyberaware/home and read their instructions for how to avoid being scammed, having you bank accounts drained flat or having your ID stolen.

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